Got my first Choseiran/Sekkoku late last week!
Kristen from New World Orchids sent me a Dendrobium moniliforme 'Kouga' along with the Neofinetia falcata 'Hisui' 翡翠 I had bought! Cute little thing will yellow pseudobulbs and nice variegation in the leaves. For those interested, they're generally cheaper than named Neofinetia falcata plants and they're cool-warm growers.
I've definitely been bitten by the Asian orchid bug.
I unfortunately lost the P. medusina I had. When it was getting cooler, I put my pings outside to let them know it's time for the non-carnivorous phase. However after one long and really windy day, I found that the little onion of the P. medusina had been blown out of it's pot and was roots up in my P. 'Aphrodite' pot, being further dried out in the sun. I think that what's killed it, as it's medium was staying bone dry and I can't really think of anything else that would've done it in. It's a shame, but luckily P. medusina isn't a hard species to come by.
I'm starting to move more towards plants I can put outside. My in-laws got me a big mobile planter for my birthday that I've put all my outside plants in and it's great. The fiance keeps suggesting we use it for plants that we can actually grow food in, though.
The outside plants get enough sun, they're not sitting in the grass where pests can easily crawl into, and it's easy to wheel inside if it gets to below freezing this winter. It's a nice little thing to have as everyone is slowly starting to go dormant. Only draw back is that I have to move it on the days before we have the sprinklers run, as I don't know what the water from the sprinklers might do to them.