To complete your list Joseph, I would add these one, which I have a lot of success with:
Various Utricularia species using flowers scapes (growth notice at the base of them)
But on my side, I only had poor results with D.aliciae unfortunatly... On my side, leaving the pot closed give me good results. I am not visiting my pot often, so I prefer this way, it avoid me to have to deal with total dryness and/or some particules getting in the water.
The only down side of this technique for me is that if you wait too long before repotting them, the plantlets take a while to harder and are pretty fragile, especially in the D. binata forms/hybrids cases.