Well, after the arrival of the new plants, i figured id redo my rack. Being that the rajah probably has the tallest vine of all my neps o_O it looks better standing straight up and now receives direct lighting.
ANYWAYS what i did
originally my smaller plants had been only a few inches from the lights (3 at the minimum) which i believe might have been stressing them out a tad bit do to the heat coming off the bulbs, so the lights were raised up a few inches to keep that issue off.
Here is the top rack~
The bottom rack is for the viners, i know. makes no sense on why i would put them on the bottom rather than the top...well it does
its like a bunk bed
i had to remove the central support beam in the middle rack, and the weight of the two large aquatic plant pots would probably cause issues with the balance of the rack. SO i put them on the bottom.
The humidifier helps with the times when its a little dry in there. the lasko item next to it is a desk fan, works quite well. As you can see, the temperature reads 62 at the time, i begin cooling off the rack around 7 oclock since the lights go off at 9. the rack will get down to around 48-50ºF at night. The humidity at the current time in there is 95% without the aid of the humidifier.
Here is the bottom shelf