I rarely use the "orchid" clay pots - they're only sold in seedling size or mammoth size. Nothing in between, so I have little option with them. Almost all of my clay pots are the single-holed standard kind and my plants do well. Anyway, I need a plastic pot for a Rossioglossum 'Rawdon Jester' - i.e. Rossioglossum 'Dead On Arrival'. So I just wanted to screw around with it and see how late I can prolong its imminent death. I tried clay last time and it croaked, so I bought a new one and I'm going to try plastic.