Ubuntu-image Core20 snap-id regression

Hi everyone. I made a AMD64 image the other day for a gateway, and came across a interesting thing:

    "type": "model",
    "series": "16",
    "authority-id": "",
    "brand-id": "",
    "model": "my-ubuntucore",
    "architecture": "amd64",
    "timestamp": "2023-04-01T12:00:00.0Z",
    "base": "core20",
    "grade": "dangerous",
    "snaps": [
            "name": "my-gadget",
            "type": "gadget"
            "name": "pc-kernel",
            "type": "kernel",
            "default-channel": "20/stable",
            "id": "UqFziVZDHLSyO3TqSWgNBoAdHbLI4dAH"
            "name": "core20",
            "type": "base",
            "default-channel": "latest/stable",
            "id": "DLqre5XGLbDqg9jPtiAhRRjDuPVa5X1q"
            "name": "snapd",
            "type": "snapd",
            "default-channel": "latest/stable",
            "id": "PMrrV4ml8uWuEUDBT8dSGnKUYbevVhc4"

After building the image and booting it on my gateway, it refused to install, and could not find a snap-declaration for the kernel snap.

I just realised that I used the wrong snap-id for the pc-kernel snap, and used the pc snap’s id in its place.

So, the snap-id does not match for the kernel. I would have thought that ubuntu-image should have caught this somehow?

Can there be checks inserted during image creation to verify the snap id in the model file against the actual snap that is downloaded/used?

Currently using the latest version of ubuntu-image. (3.0+snap20)