I move everything outside for the summer. The plants love it and I rarely have any insect problems other than grasshoppers late in the season. You do have to be careful about those 'cause they can really chew stuff bad. I'm very late at getting stuff out this year just because the weather was so cold, but as of last weekend everything is out. I can see the difference in growth already.
I've complained about this before and will probably continue to do so for the rest of my life. Squirrels can be deadly. They can rip a plant to shreds in seconds. I lost many orchids to them in the past, but this year I made an enclosure covered with chicken wire. The orchids are all safe now from those creatures. If you have squirrels around, they probably will attack your plant unless you protect it. The hassel of doing so is well worth the effort. Orchids outside just thrive.