In reading some of the vesres explaining a criterion in choosing Saul and David as kings, I found:
In I Samuel 9:2, Saul is described as being tall and good looking. G-d doesn't seem to object to this criteria in any way and Saul becomes king.
Yet, when Samuel chooses a successor for Saul, he vies several of Jesse's sons, and G-d "chastises" Samuel and says in I Samuel 16:7 not to look at the person's features or height.
Yet, we see that at the end, when G-d chooses David, he was described as good looking (ibid 16:12).
Did G-d change his criterion between Saul and David? If so, why?
Regarding David, G-d says not to look at his features, yet, he chose someone with good features. Is this contradictory?