Ok, to make sure that I cover all the bases I'll give a rundown on the chain of events...
1. 2 months ago I got my cephalotus, it looked good and I noticed it was in a peat/sand mix. I was told that it would be fine in such a mix and I read that in dense mixes like that it is better to keep it a bit drier an the surface.....so I did.
2. 2 weeks later I noticed that some of the smaller pitchers were turning yellow, but overall the plant looked good. When I asked about this I was told that the top of my mix looked too dry. I then decided to keep my plant a bit more wet, but not sitting in water.
3. At the end of last month I noticed two new growth points coming up, I figured that maybe my decision to keep it more damp payed off. Now a week later the growth points are large with leaves and a a pitcher tendril each, but a few of the leaves are turning yellow on one side of one growth point.
I haven't watered in a few weeks, but the soil hasen't dried out much and the top is still damp (this mix seems to really hold water). My conditions are temps of 68F day and 54F night and a humidity of 60% day and 85% night with good airflow. I never mist the plant or allow water to get in the crown. I have fed it some ants but not fertillized it and I use rain water to water it. It gets enough light to turn the pitchers and leaves reddish.
Anybody have any ideas?