Fredrix 777 was my favorite canvas for a long time. It has an extremely fine weave that lets a lot of image detail show through, more than any other canvas I have ever used. The smooth surface also makes it very glare resistant when the light is coming from behind the viewer's head, as when viewing on a living room wall across from a large window. It's also the thinnest canvas I have used, which doesn't much affect the way I glue canvas to Gator, but may be an issue for those who stretch canvas. I gave it up because of chronic problems with the way the canvas was rolled up unevenly on the core, which caused curl and head strikes along the edges. Maybe that's fixed, I'm tempted to try another roll. Can't remember for certain, but I think there must be a lot of OBA in that canvas, same as Sunset Select and most other low end canvases. Lexjet is an excellent supplier with lots of stocking locations throughout the US which means 2 or 3 day lead times versus the 5 or 6 days it used to take to get anything shipped out of Florida.