I'm thrilled to have my spectabilis' very first pitcher since I got it several months ago:
It wasn't growing well at the southern window (too much eave and tree shade) and the main vine even died shortly after arriving. I moved it into the window "greenhouse" at an east window and it settled in nicely.
This is by far my most striking nepenthes to date, although Lady Pauline is working on her first pitcher as well.
My theory is that the plant was inspired by the bicalcarata growing two plants away. This is the newest pitcher on the bicalc which reaches across the D adelae and it hangs right next to the spectabilis, possibly providing encouragement:
Now that I've accepted that the big southern window is too shady for my neps and have moved them, I'm hoping for many more "nep's first pitcher" pictures.