I don't know for sure, but I suspect that Byzantine James doesn't have "hierarchical" and "priestly" versions. For example, in photos I've never seen a bishop vested in sakkos, only the omophorion over the phelonion (I don't even recall the mitre being used). I think there may be very few "hierarchical" elements incorporated into what is otherwise "normal" Liturgy (e.g., Eis polla eti, double-handed blessings, etc.).
Certainly that much is true of Syriac James.