Hi Jonathan, I did manage to get one from her although not the one listed. It was in good shape and had a bud which blasted, but I could tell that it should be fairly well colored. I think another growth has buds started! Raven...still would like one of your seedlings as well to get more genetic diversity. As a follow up to Pacome's comment earlier about long term success. I do think that the less moss or other material around the roots the better. Mine are watered nearly every sunny day, but are dry to the touch within a couple hours. They have visible roots growing up and down the bark on the mount, fully exposed. I spent two days at Andy's Orchids last week and he had fresh divisions of plants that he had grown for over twenty years. He has them mounted on "sticks", in very bright light with a lot of air movement. Attached is a red form in bud that may have had one of my plants as a parent as Andy originally got these as flasks from Mountain Orchids over 20 years ago.