The theme comes with 5 different slider options for the home page: animated, nivo, text, flash and single image. There are 4 unique templates too which allow you to place the sidebar on the left or right or remove it altogether. A product table page template is also included.
If you want to use Envision for a portfolio website, you will be pleased to know that the theme allows you to use 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns to display your work. It also comes with a number of styles and shortcodes for you to choose from.
Built using the TFuse WordPress framework, Envision gives you a huge amount of control over how your content is displayed. I recommend checking it out.
The standard site license for Envision retails for $49. The developer license retails for $79. In addition to using the theme on multiple sites, the developer license also comes with the original psd files and a discount voucher for a future purchase.
Link: Envision WordPress Theme