I don't usually comment on, or indeed notice, the shape of the puzzle grid, but I couldn't help it today. The grid looks a bit like two big Z's linked by a strip down the middle. The word in the join strip is REFERENDA, which I thought was apt for a word between two sides or options. Probably not what the constructors were going for, but still apt!
Although I got off to a slow start, as I went along I found enough clues in my wheelhouse to contribute to a fairly good Friday time - for me. I got going with FLORALPRINT (Common Hawaiian shirt design) and then dropped in MRT, DOGE, CRAFT, PAINE, and CHATS. I did go with 'daleS' where GLENS belonged, but the above acrosses were still enough to give me a solid start in the center and the rest came along nicely.
The clue "Egyptian Nobelman?" (SADAT) and 25A: Mount Sinai people: Abbr. (DRS) both had some capital elements. I also enjoyed "Decks revealing the cards you've been dealt" (TAROTS) and "A mare might be found in one" (LUNARCRATER). But the crown goes to 4D: "They range from terrible to great" (TSARS). Really top drawer.
There was also some fine fill including SIDEBET, ROLODEX, EVILGRINS, SITPAT, and DIRGES.
Although there were a few words or expressions I'm not familiar with like BEEFED as a verb, OVULAR as an adjective, CHEATCODE, JOSHING, and SWEARJAR (the clue for which made me LOL once I figured it out), I just DELT with it.
All in all, I thought my solve went pretty well. How about EWERS?