According to one site out there, this is a cross of "Alcra. Kahola Mountains" and "Odm Lenestro," which is kind of opaque to me, but maybe it makes sense to you. I, going by the lessons of the recent post on Lc. Tropical Pointer 'Cheetah,'1 went looking for information on this one, but I couldn't come up with an interpretation for "Bak.," and I'm easily frustrated when my google-fu is weak.
I did spot an annotation "AM/AOS," the second part of which I'm assuming is "American Orchid Society," but if "AM" refers to a medal given to this cross, I'm confused again. Do they give Aluminum Medals to orchids? 'Cause that would be weird.
But anyway. We don't really need to understand the flower's whole genealogy to be able to appreciate it.
Much as I like some of these orchid flowers, I still say I'm not going to start collecting. I'd need a whole lot more room, and patience, and emotional resilience, and money, than what I actually have. If I decide to go crazy for a particular flowering plant, it's going to be Hoyas or Anthuriums or something like that. (One could argue that I've already gone crazy for Anthuriums, actually.) But they can be quite magnificent, something I maybe didn't appreciate before now because the only ones I ever saw were Phalaenopsis.
Not that there's anything wrong with Phalaenopsis.
1 'Cheetah,' by the way, sold sometime in the last couple days. The boss was talking about maybe taking it herself, though I bet she didn't, and a customer actually bought it.