This is a great topic! I use a method similar to many of the posts here. I place the orchid pots into a large plastic container, pour a generous amount of water from my watering can into each one, and then use a turkey baster to suck up the standing water and squirt back more water into each pot until they're all pretty well watered. Then, I remove each pot from the large container and replace them to their assigned places on their pebble trays where they can continue draining. I do use a weak fertilizer solution with the water every week. I would like to occasionally flush them at the sink with water directly from the tap, but I've always been afraid to use direct tap water (I let it stand in the watering can at least overnight). Now that I've read that some of you do use direct tap water, I think I'll give it a try once a month. I've been collecting orchids now for about 2 years and finally had my first re-blooms ever! Three phals all went into bloom at the same time. I feel like a little kid at Christmas - sooo exciting!! So, I just want to be sure not to screw it up.