i got this 5 level shelf at walmart for some $30.00. got it wired so that the light will shine through. i started the move with some neps to see how the light hits the structure. then from there i spent the rest of the day trying to figure out what neps should go where because of the light levels. now most of my neps are in full sun!
the top level are:
xtomomi x tiveyi, ephippitata, maxima x (stenophylla x lowii), maxima-dark x truncata
second from the top:
(rear row) ephippiata and lowii both in a 6" pot, a rooting chamber of some unknown hybrids, khasiana x tobaica
(front row) alata f, alata m, alata b, alata luzon, alata?
(rear row) maxima borone, maxima m, ventricosa x aristolochioides, thorelii x aristolochioides, copelandii mt apo?
(front row) inermis x bongso, bongso, ventricosa x TM, sibuyanensis x ventricosa red giant, ventricosa red x talengensis, truncata pasian, truncata highland green
(rear row) veitchii LxH, maxima-dark x veitchii sarawak, pilosa x veitchii, burbidgea, rajah, lowii x truncata
(front row) 2 ventricosa x (clipeata x ventricosa), fusca crocker range, sanguinea red, sanguinea purple, sanguinea brown
I forgot to mention that when i used to live in an apartment i also had a set up very similar to yours, but there was a big problem: not enough light exposure, so the message is: make sure your plants get enough light for them to pitcher properly.