Play around on http://corncalc.com/
Basicly you will only produce Amels or normal Het Amels with possibly other het's unless your Amel has unknown hets.
The overall market place isn't looking for for them except possibly for snake food. I see way too many first time producers at shows that can't even give their hatchlings away.
The cost of feeding and caring for them will quickly outpace their value.
Glad you are questioning before you breed
FYI, A Miami is a local normal. It won't show on the calc trade names.