Good points, the way I am seeing this is from a general wisdom perspective ~ kind of as if wisdom is out there. Hence irrespective of particulars; does wisdom allow for a universe to occur [given it can make or destroy that which isn’t wise], then does it allow for a world where intelligent beings can decide to give birth knowing there is death. So in each instance it is wisdom asking the questions, be it a creator or a other or death.
This then gives us the universal perspective on why we are here, as it becomes clear that one always chooses the positive. It also becomes clear [in my mind] that wisdom demands an afterlife to compensate the fact that material life inevitably ends in death. Its just kinda handy for wisdom that reality is at its base non material.
that’s how I see it anyway. I can see such perspectives as your within the world though.
Side C) Not being born is also not an evil; it is neutral. One unborn feels no joy, for he has no form, but also, on the same ground, feels no grief.
Nor has the chance to! Therefore wisdom would be denying the chance if it took that option.
Best option: Let things be as they are; don't impose anything on existence, either for life or for death.
True but if you don’t decide upon manifesting existence then what can you ‘let be’? all fundamental wisdoms are worked out prior to existence [as I see it] that’s why we live in a universe built of principles.