ah a developing paphnut...run for your life, because there is no turning back. Under that setup, you have enough light to grow the vast majority of paphs. Most of them will also do well with int-warm temps, although the multiflorals and parvisepalums will require a cool winter rest (55 degrees for a month) to reliably set buds.
I have been using s/h for about a year now, and primeagra in particular for maybe 3 months. I would caution against putting brachypetalums in there. It may work for some, but all of mine hated it. I suspect the cool root zone really got to them during the winter.