I'm quite happy with this. No, it could have a flatter lip, and my camera could have been less recalcitrant about the color of the lip. It is actually a very nice deep red-purple in real life, but that shade is just not in my camera's repertoire. Overall, the color is very dark and rich, which is the form I like most in this species. As a bonus, it is wildly fragrant from morning through early afternoon, with a fragrance resembling a very nice rose, but a good deal more potent.
I had a few aclandiae, and after being told they like it dry and hot, I proceeded to mount most of the plants I had. They did well during the summer, but of course, during the winter I sometimes ignore stuff, and several croaked. Turns out, if you're lazy with the watering in winter, they're a lot happier in a pot...(see photographic evidence above!)