With Seattle Orchid's Black Friday sale, I ordered two Lepanthes. Sold as Lepanthes adrianae and Lepanthes elegantula x ionoptera, though I'm aware that species sometimes get mis-labeled. Honestly, I don't care about the species or cross. I just love Lepanthes. Ecuagenera needs to come to Chicago so I can afford to order some and go pick them up. Anyway, I'm looking at converting an old fish tank to a cool-grower mini orchidarium, primarily for Lepanthes. Ventilation provided by a converted computer fan; no special lighting at this time. It will be similar conditions to those that I have grown Lepanthes ovalis and gargoyla under in the past, with pretty good success (until I moved to a place where I had no way to control temperature, ventilation, or humidity; then everything died). I'm waiting to see the size of the plants prior to selecting which of my old tanks will the the convert. I also haven't settled on an arrangement or substrates yet, either... just delved into the dangerous and overwhelming world of research. I'm going through the threads here, but I'd also like to ask my questions here. My goal is to create a fairly natural looking layout, with not too much moss, and also not spending too much $. If you have a small orchidarium, what do you use for structure (rock, wood, etc.)? Do you leave standing water in the bottom, or just mist/water regularly? Do you have critters in with your orchids, and if so, what kind? Thanks!