There was a post here that I can no longer find about air layering of Nep vines. I think that was the term, anyway.
The post linked to a website which described notching the vine in situ, applying rooting hormone to the cut, wrapping LFS around it, wrapping with plastic wrap and waiting.
I did this with my N. coccinea, with excellent results. After 2 months or so, I removed the plastic and founf the LFS completely run through with Nep roots.
I cut it off below the root ball, and planted in my standard mix of Orchid Mix and LFS.
Normally, when starting cuttings, I take one node, and cut of 2/3 of the leaf.
There was plenty of new growth, and one leaf with a well-established pitcher. I left all that on the plant, and so far, it seems to be acclimatizing just fine. It's been several days, and the lone pitcher has shown no sign of dying.
If this experiment progresses as well as it has been, I will be performing this technique more frequently, and will have more well-rooted Nepenthes cuttings to trade.