David, that is actually nice for a first bloom seedling. It can improve dramatically on subsequent bloomings.
A little about rothschildianum 'Janet' FCC/AOS - Hien -correct me if I'm wrong, I am writiing from memory again - and this can get into the realm of "Vague but True". This clone is from Janet and Lee Kuhn, the original founders of J & L Orchids way back in the 1960's. The clone was one of the jungle collected rothschildianums that came in as part of the Collinette Expedition that re-discovered Paph rothschildianum in the wild on Mtn Kinabalu, Sabah. (she also brought back Vireya Rhododendrums & Nepenthe)It is a vigorous clone, the Kuhns received an CCM on their original plant back in the early 1970's, it sends up new growths forming a colony fairly easily. The first award was under the name elliotianum, but it was re-exhibited later as rothschildianum when it got its FCC.
The natural spread of Janet, depending on culture still runs right up there into the range of natural spreads for FCC awards granted in the 1995 - 2000 bracket - so the flower on Janet is still big enough for awards. The three principal reasons 'Janet' has been falling out of favor is that the petals and dorsal sepal are a bit narrow for todays FCC standards. A second reason 'Janet' is falling out of favor is the over production of the cross ('Janet' x 'Chester Hills') which was a inferior pairing of parents, that did not produce many award winners. They kept selling the same cross for over a decade, the resulting seedlings giving the impression that 'Janet' was a bad breeder. There are thousands of seedlings from this cross out there.
In addition, the third reason, in 1993-1996 a different grower than the one referred to above, this one being in the mid-west, took some mediocre rothschildianum seedlings, labeled them as divisions of 'Janet', and sold them in the mid-west USA at high $$$ to make a few bucks. So, if you got your division of Janet from Lee & Janet Kuhn, you have the real 'Janet', if you got your division 'Janet' before 1993, you probably have the real 'Janet', if you got your division later - maybe yes, maybe no. Some of the impostor 'Janet' clones have been used as breeders, and as you imagine, they also lent to the belief that 'Janet" is not a good breeder.
So in the end, rothschildianum "Janet' is a fine parent when paired carefully with a rothschildianum that has wider segments. 'Janet' will bring vigor, ease of bloom induction and good natural spread to the table, the other parent needs to be chosen to improve petal width, and brighten the colors. It being a jungle collected plant represents the 'wild type' for rothschildianum, and is valuable for that reason also.
Why would I care enough to remember all this? I bought a division of 'Janet' in 1990, and someday I may want to sell a division. I can trace my division to the Kuhn's, but I no longer have the receipts. The great thing is, once one sees a good blooming on a well grown division of 'Janet', one will not doubt why it was awarded the FCC it has. It is so much nicer in person than its award photos in the old AQ's.