Hey, the plant you've got there is D. adelae. The biggest keys to keeping it healthy are clean medium, lots of clean water, and bright bright bright light. Brighter light than any Cattleya would ever want. Humidity isn't quite as important as high light, though low humidity will take some time for the plant to adjust to. Oh, and by clean water I mean very low dissolved solids, such as RO/DI water. Distilled is best. The best growing medium is a 50/50 mix of washed peat moss (check that no fertilizers have been added) and washed coarse sand. You'll find that any older leaves won't produce much dew, but all new leaves grown in brighter light will dew like crazy, and catch any bug that gets within about 3 feet. You can also tell if the plant is getting enough light because it will develop a reddish tint. Any section of the plant that's separated and placed in wet, clean medium will sprout new plants. Good luck, you'll never regret adding some CPs to your plant collection!