If you have enough humidity for a Ceph, you can do D. adelae, no problem. I suppose starting from a weakened plant would present some difficulties, but these guys have been hands-down the easiest tropical Drosera I've grown. They propagate faster than D. capensis (if you don't count seed) and stand up to more abuse. They can't go outside as easily as a D. capensis will, but for indoor growing they're tops. I had good success growing mine in an unlit, open terrarium (really, it was the best thing I had available for a water tray) next to an eastern window along with U. gibba and D. prolifera. Grown in shade/natural light, they'll get smaller and greener, whereas with grow lights or prolonged sun they'll grow tall and red, apparently with fewer offsets. I've seen a number of my friends fail by attempting to grow these in bright, open northern windows, so I believe some direct sun or artificial light is required. Temperature may be an issue as well, but I'm not sure. You might not want to keep them right up against the glass in winter.
But really, with what's on your growlist, you'll do fine. They're an easy plant.