Hello everyone! I was recently gifted two beautiful Phals. Both of them are now having different problems and I am having problems identifying what causes them and how to help. Case 1: Phalaepnosis Dry, wrinkly, limp leaves few roots This baby has been going through a crisis for a while. A month ago I noticed that the leaves were dry, wrinkly and limp. I eventually found out she was severely dehydrated. This orchid was mounted and I only watered it once a week, because I was scared of overwatering it and causing root rot. I didn't understand back then that since this orchid's roots are totally free and air dry fast, they needed more water than a potted orchid. When I learned this, I began watering much more often, but it did not improve. I tried the black tea method, no improvement. She came from someone's personal collection, so she was always this small. Sadly she has lost two leaves and I fear the ones left will only resist for a few days more. Is this orchid lacking in roots? Is there a bacterial/fungal infection? Should I pot it? Case 2: yellow/reddish leave small insect/white spots in orchid medium dark spots in root This is my newest orchid. This one is store bought and was also a gift. When she first came, I noticed that the roots had some darker spots. I didn't know wether it was normal or not, but the leaves looked fine. Yesterday I noticed that one leave had turned yellow/reddish. Upon further inspection I discovered this. There was also a small insect, but I couldn't find it again when I took the pictures. Is the yellow leave an older one? I noticed that there seems like two more flowers are in the way. Is it possible for that to be causing the yellowing of the leave? Is some sort of pest/disease causing this? Thank you all for taking the time to read this. I would truly appreciate some advice.