Scindapsus pictus on totems?
I have a beautiful Scindapsus pictus var. exotica that I'm considering training up a totem. In Epipremnum (formerly Scindapsus) aureus, this allows the leaves to become much larger; in Australia I've seen them growing up the sides of trees with leaves over two feet long, making this overused plant unexpectedly magnificent. However, almost all of the images I've seen of S. pictus show it as a hanging or sprawling plant, and the few totemed pictures seem either to be hasty assemblies for the photo or else suggest that this species does not appreciate climbing as much as does E. aureus. S. pictus is not a commonly kept plant, though, and I can't get much relevant info on it. Has anyone here tried growing satin pothos on totems? Does it perform better, or differently, this way than as a sprawling hanging basket plant (like E. aureus does)?
I know I could just play around with it myself, but it took me three years to find this plant and I'm perhaps foolishly reluctant to blindly experiment on it!