I meant that you have the lights overhead so that there would be more around the top than the bottom, in the way a vining plant would likely have it in the wild. With indoor hanging plants it is easy to end up lighting them more at the bottom. And, yes, I'd take a cutting!
A much better Nepenthes grower than I once told me that there are N. villosa clones that grow pretty much like an intermediate and others that act like extreme highlanders. You will probably want to know all you can about the needs of the plant you buy. For what it's worth.
While I'm nobody's idea of a Nepenthes pro, I'd say the little plant looks a bit roughed-up but o.k. overall. It is often a somewhat tense time when we begin with new plants and are trying to find out exactly what they want. I wish you success.