This is my first Cephalotus ("vigorous" clone), purchased from D. Hastings in early June. At that time it was a small clump of juvenile pitchers, but as you can see, it has gone on to making adult pitchers. (It has made five now) These are coloring up nicely, wouldn't you say?
I hope this species continues to be as easy to cultivate in the long run as it has been for me so far. The trick (if you can call it that) is to understand its requirements and learn about its natural habitat, then reconstruct it as closely as you can. It appears that the significant drop in night temps is very important. Strong lighting helps as well. Otherwise I have found this an easy plant.