I got a flask of Myrmecophila christinae, which is basically a Schomburgkia. I have done flasks of a few other plants, and based on those, you can expect to lose about 50% of your little plants, but your flask is going to come with twice as many as the seller says, so that isn't bad. My Myrmecophila has only lost a couple. I grow them in moss until they are big enough to go to a bigger pot. There are lots of suggestions about that first couple of months. Some people just put the puck of medium on top of moss in the compot, and let the agar degrade on its own, others carefully layer the plantlets in the moss.
The most critical time seems to be the first month or 3 out of flask. Be liberal with fungicide at first, your plants have been grown in a sterile environment, and good fungi arent in their roots yet. If you can innoculate the medium with some medium from the same type of plant as well.
Use small pots, not more that 4".
They will need almost as much light as the adult plants will need.
Hold off on the fertilizer for a while, the medium from the flask provided them with lots of fertilizer, and you want the plants to get a bit hungry, so they grow roots.
Don't let them get soggy, and avoid drying them out completely.