I've been playing with my camera a bit, and managed to get a tolerable photo of a new upper pitcher on one of my favorite plants: N. lowii from G. Mulu. The depth of field is limited, and the composition is poor, but the detail is not too bad overall. You can clearly see the markings inside the pitcher, which will later be obscured as prolonged exposure to strong light causes its interior to turn entirely dark red.
Personally, I think that the G. Mulu variety of this species is one of the best. Moreover, my experience with this species suggests that clones from G. Mulu produce upper pitchers which are much less prone to distortion than plants from G. Trus Madi. However, this is purely an anecdotal observation, made upon a very limited number of cultivated plants, so it of questionable validity. Perhaps someone who has been to both locations can comment? BTW, this picture is about twice actual size.