It is blooming here for the first time and looks like it will have quite a few small but attractive flowers. I haven't made up my mind yet whether I'll keep it or trade it, but will probably enjoy the flowers for a while first. The flowers are only 4 cm by 5 cm but the plant is a typical Phalaenopsis and though probably not full grown is about 35-40 cm across.
The plant is a cross of Phalaenopsis Be Glad and Phalaenopsis equestris, and this particular clone has an award from the American Orchid Society, a Highly Commended Certificate (HCC/AOS). The cross was made by Krull-Smith in 1989, so it is quite old, but has quite a few awards, this one given in 2001. As far as I can tell the flowers are not fragrant.