If one must chose how to torture one's cool growing orchids. More specifically, I have various high elevation Angs that have been living outside since mid April. Luckily, so far we've only brushed the low 90s once or twice and for the most part nighttime lows have been in the 50s. Outside, they're getting much more of a temp drop than I could ever provide inside. Some days it will be 30 degrees. But...the heat is coming. Before long it will be days above 95 and nights in the upper 70s or even 80s. Clearly this would be torture for any cool growers. So if I bring them inside, they are tortured by not getting the diurnal temp diff, plus lower humidity and comparably lame fake light. I don't have to worry about squirrels...but it is definitely a trade off. So which way should I torture them? Fry them in heat and dryness or bring them inside to languish? On a side note, one of the plants in queston is Ang sororium, which Andy said he had grown outside before I got it. I've never been to Andyville, doesn't it get pretty hot there? Thanks for your time and brilliance if applicable.