Thanks for the comments, again. I'm very happy with the way the plant has been growing.
The humidity fluctuates. So far reading have been around these:
Winter humidity: 30 - 50% (lower humidity in the day. Furnace does not run much, sun shines in the room where I grow the plants. I have a humidifier on my furnace set to around 48%)
Winter / Fall temps: I keep the house cool. Heat set to around 65 degrees. (humidified air feels warmer then dry air) During the day it can hit mid 70's with the sun shinning in the room where I grow the hamata. Nights drop to around 64 degrees.
Spring / Summer / Fall humidity: 40 - high 80%. (Windows open and such)
Spring / Summer temps: I would say low 70's to mid 80's. (I usually have the A/C set around 73)
I'm not sure I would not try growing a hamata without a humidifier on the furnace. My humidity was 15 - 24% without a humidifer during the winter. I have a nep that showed humidity stress last year before I installed the humidifer, which is tougher then a hamata.
I'm not sure that the plant is as nice as a terrarium / greenhouse hamata. I think the pitchers narrow a little at the top compaired to others I have seen.
I will definitely keep updates posted. These were a new size in the "teeth", much larger then previous pitchers.