Unfortunately, Tony only carries a limited range of strops at any given time, depending on his leather supplies. The Roughout is not available at this time. Perhaps it will be available again in the future.Tony Miller's "Roughout" strop is the top of the heap in my opinion.
His Notovan, Steerdovan, Horween horsehide, and Spanish Bridle are all nice too. I however prefer a heavy draw and the Roughout fits the niche perfectly.
You made a good choice. I have the horsehide in both the Premium and Plain versions. The cosmetic differences do not affect the light draw or any other functional aspect of the strops. While I appreciate the finer finishes of the Premium, the Plain is arguably the best strop value on the market.I did a budget option for $35 before shipping.
I was coming from a vintage shell strop 2.5" wide square end. I went with a plain 3" horween horsehide no fabric d ring handle.
I'm pleased with it, a real work horse.