@Presto - Yes, it seems that I am an addict of various bad habits when it comes to CP cultivation. My last big fix was humidity domes. I guess misting is my new poison. I wonder what's next...
@eou - Well, if my eyes were crusted with as much humic acid as my sundews are, then I imagine a nice spritz with pure RO filtered water might feel pretty nice
@CPlantaholic - so you use the tray method for the most part except for a quarterly top-watering? Hey, if it works for you, I'll start that system right away. I do have all sides of my rack surrounded so more light doesn't escape. This grow rack is in my study, and being that my girlfriend is a student right now, I wanted to keep it so that she doesn't need to work directly under the lights of time square! I also don't want my landlord getting sketched out because I have all these bright lights on even when I'm not home. But, since it's not necessary, I'll probably just raise the flaps until someone needs to study in that room.
I always liked your setup because you can raise and lower your lights quite easily. For me, I have to fidget with hooks and chains and hold my lights up precariously above my fragile plants while I re-hang the lights at a different height.
EDIT: even just one day after raising the photoperiod to 16 hours, I believe I see dewier leaves throughout my grow rack already. I think this might be the ticket!