Oh pish posh, I repotted a perfectly healthy looking ceph hummer's giant that had all immature pitchers except for one mature looking pitcher on it last year: it lost a few pitchers to drying/shriveling up because I literally washed it clean (it got a violent bath) when removing from its old material, but now it's putting out its first adult pitcher for me after winter.
I was referring to repotting a healthy Cephalotus when there is no need to, e.g. it has not outgrown its existing pot. I have read quite few post where people have repotted newly acquired Cephalotus because they don't like the look of the media it is in - despite the fact that it is growing fine in it - why would you risk it?
Good point, mobile! Same goes for any cp specie.
That price makes me worry a bit. Not a good thing for the hobby. If the seller is who i think he is then good for him...he is giving away free plants all the time so why not get something back once in a while?! Anyway, i think the 2 bidders looked at the first photo and believed that that one is the plant they fighting for.