Well...you are right in saying that we can never have a true representation of a nep in the wild as natural conditions are near impossible to recreate. But, atleast you could be satisfied that the N. hamata you grow is a type specimen of the species from this particular mountain on Sulawesi. On the other hand, something like an N. (truncata x hamata ) x ( x rokko x trusmadiensis ) just becomes a beast of its own. A creation of man... similarly crafted in idealogy to a seedless watermelon. lol! It was selected for the traits of pitcher size, teeth etc. But, in my opinion it will never carry the mystique of a pure species that has evolved in nature.