One of my N. coccinea (the solid-pitchered one) had a very leggy vine with no pitchers, so I cut it way back.
I got 8 good cuttings out of it, all currently potted in LFS, awaiting root growth.
I also have 4 eight-month old cuttings of N. coccinea (speckled-pitcher form) which are all producing (or about to produce) pitchers.
There is also one N. miranda cutting; that one grows more slowly, so I haven't been able to make as many cuttings from it.
I would make more now, but it is starting to produce a cluster of pitchers, and i don't want to cut off pitchering leaves.
I should have some nice plants for trading soon!