Matching cartridge to phono pre amp. pF!?

I’ve just discovered what pF is. Well, I don’t know what it is but I was told it was important. I have the 2m Bronze and Technics 1210GR. I wanted to upgrade  from the built in phono stage in my pre amp to a separate phono amp. I was looking at the Lehmann line. The Black Cube Se II looked good until I read the specs. Only 100pF. The 2m Bronze MM specs says it prefers 150-300pF. How important is pF and what happens if it’s a bad match. What makes a bad match? Too low? Too high? I’m not sure where to from here or what to look for.
I suspect that there are NO perfect audio systems in the world. At least, not high end. Why? Because matching every spec for all the equipment  is far too rigorous and maybe expensive. Then too, IF you had the perfect system, would it sound any better to a majority than those imperfect ones? I have little or no electronic experience other than user  operation. But I know that perfection is rarely if ever achieved in this fallen world. Just my $0.02 worth
Don't worry about it.  In almost all cases, the cables between the phono stage and the cartridge will have adequate loading.  And it's NOT important.
Sent this same question to Ortofon last year; here’s their reply:
"The parallel capacitance should be in the range of 150-300pF. The higher the capacitance value of the input of the phono stage, the duller the sound will be. The lower the capacitance the brighter the sound gets. A mismatch results in either a dark dull sound or an over bright distorted signal. The capacitance of the phono cable should be taken into account when matching the cartridge to the phono stage as the capacitance of the cable adds to the capacitance of the phono input."

Since I can adjust pF value on my McIntosh MA352, I just set the value to 100pF per recommendation of McIntosh. I’ve tried 50pF and 150pF and 200pF but 100 pF seems to be the sweet spot for the Ortofon 2M Black.
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McIntosh recommended 100pF knowing what interconnects and cartridge you are using? Or what? Because the best choice, if capacitance loading at the input is selectable, would depend upon those two variables.