I recently repotted all my Nepenthes, the only thing that is making me second guess myself is that I didn't disturb the soil around the roots of the plants I just moved them to bigger pots and new soil around the original clump. The mixture is 70/20/10 of dried Chilean sphagnum moss, peat moss, and orchid bark. The problem I'm having is now the leafs on my N. Splendid Diana (max. x kampot) are now very soft to the touch and are fuzzy (peach fuzz) and my N. Kat Lester (Viking x mir.china) newly forming pitcher is now browning from the leaf to the pitcher. I want to say the Splendid experienced some dehydration, I remembered I forgot to soak the peat before potting it up. I sat the pot in some water for a few minutes to saturate everything (did that for all of them) and from now on I'll continue to flush the pots when they're dry to the touch like normal. But I'm not sure what could be going on with the N. Kat Lester... Sorry about the pictures, I can't get them to rotate.
N. Splendid Diana
N. Kat Lester