I've been using an Artist and Artisan 103N strap for the last year and a half or so. Love the strap for its length, durability, and how it feels. That said, I've always been a fan of the round 'paracord' style of straps, just not the price most places charge.
Last week I stumbled upon Lance straps (Non-adjust Neck Strap | Lance Camera Straps) who seemed to offer exactly what I was looking for. A quality strap and an affordable price. Having not been able to find much of anything online about them I took a chance and ordered a non-adjustable strap. It came in the mail about 4 days later. Since there isn't much online about this company, I figured I'd post about it.
First impressions are solid. The material isn't silk like, but is quite soft. While the strap is somewhat stiff I am confident it will soften up with some use. Ends are finished nicely and you're able to customize this if you want to (although I think it looks kind of cheesy based on examples from their website). The length is identical to my A&A strap which is perfect for me.
The only complaint I have is that the ends are rather large and affect how I hold the camera. With the A&A strap, the ends lay flat and add no bulk to the camera. With this, the ends are round and add a solid bit to the camera. Suppose it may take me a while to get used to that. We'll see.
Anyway, onto pics!
Compared to A&A
How the ends are finished
I think this image gives you an idea to how much the strap sticks out at the ends
especially when compared to an A&A strap that don't stick out at all
If you're looking for a nice (and affordable) A&A alternative, I think these guys have done a pretty great job!