I did the same thing a couple weeks ago and since the move my hamata is starting to grow a pitcher. I did it for all the same reasons, high humidity, lower temps down into the 40's in the winter. I do however have a n. albo and truncata in there and I was told they are lowlanders but they both are still growing pitchers and look just as good. I'm moving my ceph and h. minor when I get it down there along with all my tropical dews. For this reason I'm thinking of getting rid of some neps like the miki and sanguinea. I know I'm happy with the move because I got some of the ultra highlanders growing pitchers.