I printed one at 100% and one at 175% of the original file size. The 100% one is much too small to make a practical planter (the drainage holes are super small). It's cute though! 175% is a good size for a small plant.. (Which I guess could be the same as downloading the 'Large' version. I'm starting some Oregano seeds in it, which in hindsight isn't terribly great to transplant plants in and out of this pot because of the small top and the wide base. Maybe.. I'll see in a few more weeks if I don't kill my sprouts :) Four stars only because the design doesn't allow for easy transplanting, but the print was easy and came out flawlessly. The total hours is a combination of the two pots I printed. I also learned that these pots are super adhered to the build plate when cooled. I couldn't pry them off, so I had to heat up the print bed and they lifted off easily! But careful you don't warp the plastic when you pull the print off when the base is hot.