"The Alamo" is a Fixed Glass Panel(s) With No Door
"Vail" style is 1 Single Frameless Glass Shower Door that can be hinged from either the left or right and swings both in and out.
The "Lilly" style is a frameless swing door with an adjacent inline stationary glass panel.
The "Big Bend" layout we see pretty often. A Nib wall is a half wall, usually next to the toilet, to provide a little extra privacy with a small piece of glass on top of it. Frameless glass swing door with an adjacent in-line glass panel on top of the half wall.
The "Telluride" layout includes a barn door slider, the option when one of the glass panels is stationary, and the other is a horizontal sliding door. You can position your sliding glass shower door to open from the right or the left and put the adjacent stationary glass panel on the opposite side.
The "Hampton" layout gives you the fully frameless look to keep your bathroom open and airy feeling, but the doors also slide past one another in either direction.
The "Scottsdale" layout is a glass door hinged off of the wall with an adjacent inline glass panel attached with a sleeve over clamp to a 90-degree return panel of glass.
The "Montauk" layout is a Neo Angle shower with two or more panels. Most of the time, a 135-degree angle
The "Manhatten" layout includes 1 Glass Swing Door & Stationary Glass Panel With a Notch Cut For A Bench Or Half Wall.
The "Breckenridge" layout includes 1 Glass Door Hinged To Wall, 1 Glass Adjacent Panel with Notch Cut Out, & 1 Glass Return Panel.