LMAO Geeze Kev sorry to hear you you got rid of the plant. I have had my Ocelot for 2 to 3 years now and this year was the first time it produced double spikes. I think this year its finaly full grown. I just plucked out a yellowed pbulb. Of course its was the oldest bulb and the same size of the currently growing one. I will post pics of it when I get a chance. The Pbulbs of mine look Huge compared to the pics I saw posted here. I'm glad to know that it has been renamed . I have to make a new tag now. Its flowering great at the moment. The first spike has alot of flowers. I will count again when I post pictures. The second spike is smaller, but I think that will change next year. I have mine planted in an 8in basket and sphag as the medeum. I need to repot it because of its growing habbit. It just decided to turn. It has 2 spikes along with a new growth. It lived out in the GH where it would get up to 90 and seems to be doing fine. I'm wondering if that is what cause the turn and double spike. I hope mine triple spikes. WOO HOO Any who I haven't had it long enough to get specimen size, but if its going to keep loosing backbulbs then I duno if it will. I have noticed though that plants growing in a straight line when devided tend to sprout two new offshoots from the devision. I happened to rot of a new growth of a Cat aliance plant and it sprouted 2 new growth points because of it. That may be the secret Kev. I forgot what the hormone is that keeps lateral buds from developing, but when you trim the plant it gets rid of it and allows lateral buds to start forming.