I sampled 2 oz of Lincoln top. From the left is yarn spun backward draw: skinny singles, a bit heavier singles, 2 ply of skinny singles, 2 ply of heavier singles medium ply twist, 2ply of heavier singles low ply twist, 3-ply, core spinning with grey coopworth locks dyed in the "Brave" colorway by Gale's Art, then spun forward draw: singles, a heavy ropey 2-ply, a tolerable twisty 2-ply. These haven't been finished yet, but I want to record this somewhere.
My favorites are the second and fourth white skeins from the right. Both are 2-ply with quite low ply twist. They have nice drape, the fourth from the right came off the niddy noddy balanced.