After waiting about six months I think my N. Doorman's Top has finally acclimated and is doing nice enough to photograph. (Notice the N. aristolochioides x thorellii and N. arostolochioides pitchers in the same shot.)
I received the plant back in May or so as a 3-4 cm rosette. Now it's roughly 8 cm in diameter with 3.5 cm pitchers which also color up in good light.
It isn't known what this plant is exactly, but rumor is it may be N. papuana. In Flora Malesiana #15 the description states "pitchers ovoid in the lower parts, gradually narrowed towards the mouth...peristome cylindrical, with outter edge entire, inner surface curiously toothed." Here I show an extreme close up of the inner surface of the peristome which is serrated and the outter/upper surface smooth. But the pitcher, lid and peristome description also fits young N. lamii too.