It seems like hairy red Nepenthes hamata is all the rage... which one would you rather have?
I like the toothy Nepenthes because it's just really neat that a plant can end up looking like a shark's mouth ... Nepenthes villosa is slow as molasses, Nepenthes macrophylla is a pouty plant for me (maybe it needs *tons* of humidity?), Nepenthes edwardsiana is nearly unobtainable, but Nepenthes hamata is on the market every now and then.
Hairy Nepenthes hamata (~$300) is more costly than Nepenthes edwardsiana (eddie ~150EU = ~200$), should your name get picked out of the hat for an Nepenthes edwardsiana, and I've read that it's barely more hairy than the usual form (see http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index...howtopic=40879). Given Chien Lee's photograph of one, I really hope mine grows up into that and not just a fuzzier 'regular' spotted Nepenthes hamata, and don't really think of it a replacement for Nepenthes edwardsiana.
here's a couple related threads that popped up when I made this one here: