dreamsmith79 Ah that's great thank you for getting that set up. I've edited your post with the image in as I could see your sites domain name and wanted to protect the privacy of your account. Thank you for sending it over though it's really helpful. 🙂
Ok so let's take a look at where we are at for you and go from there. Your Leap scores are currently based on lab data. You can read more about this here: https://www.ezoic.com/lab-field-and-origin-data-whats-the-difference-and-how-they-impact-core-web-vitals/
In short, If when you are looking at your core web vitals within Leap they are greyed out this means that Google doesn't have enough traffic data to accurately record the real user experience on your site and so is using lab data. (a mathematical approximation of what your core web vitals are) We generally find that when the core web vitals are based on real user experience data the core web vitals improve and the FID is generally green.
If we relate this to your site then we can see that all your core web vitals are either in green or are very likely to be green when Google has enough data - apart from your mobile LCP score.
At the moment your cache hit rate is low and so as this grows your LCP score will increase, it will also increase as Google gathers more data on your site.
I would recommend increasing your traffic running through Ezoic to 100% to help with this, you can do this here in your Ezoic dashboard: https://pubdash.ezoic.com/ezoicads/splittesting/testsetup
I'd also recommend working through the articles within the Ezoic blog related to increasing your traffic, you can find these here: https://www.ezoic.com/?s=traffic
The last step is to work through the Recommendations removing or replacing as many of them as you feel comfortable to do: