Generally I do not do cave diving. Cave diving is, in my opinion, a high risk activity where the risks do not meet the rewards and whilst one might see some nice stalactites, it seems scant reward for the unreasonably high risk that, due to something entirely outside your control, you will die horribly. With that being said I can occasionally be tempted to make an exception.
I religiously avoid diving true caves but will explore swim-throughs and caverns where one can still see a sunlit way out - they can be quite scenic and the sunlit zone presents an acceptably mitigated risk of death for my risk-averse nature (yes I know I play with sharks/crocs/other stuff all the time) even in the event of a diver induced silt-out.
This is a cave called grand central - the first time we did it, it was stirred up by other divers and frankly horrible. This was the second time and it was spectacular.