In the fall, three of us got together & ordered some SG plants from a nursery. All three of us got SG N. burbidgeae (& I added a N. fusca & N. veitchii). Since I coordinated the order, the plants were shipped to me. While the plants were healthy, they were less than perfect. After evaluating the plants, I kept the weakest & sent the others to their new owners. My plant had one decent pitcher (& another older one) & it was on a small, deformed leaf. Thankfully, the plant has responded well to a repot with new media and it's first new pitcher since arriving finally opened last week. I included an overhead pic of the plant to show the new leaves vs the older ones. The white arrow shows the deformed leaf with a pitcher & new leaves since arrival are at 4 & 10 o'clock.
Before posting, I did a quick search and the 1st N. burbidgeae was Jeremiah's way back in June. I know some are probably in threads up in the discussion section - but I cannot imagine why this species isn't more popular.