I have a good size N. Miranda (leaves are about 6 inches long) that I took out of my terrarium, since it was getting a bit large. I have it hanging in a west facing window, which does get hot in the summer, but I have horizontal blinds that have a mesh material on either side of them that cuts the glare a bit. I'm watering twice a week (rainwater) and so far it looks good. I'm watching for leaf burn, and it only has one pitcher on it. It's got some others in the works and I'm watching them closely. There's a humidifier on a table below it and I mist it frequently throughout the day. Humidity is +/- 60%. Guess I'm just looking for re-assurance that the humidity and light is okay. I've got a shear curtain that I can always add in addition to the blinds if the light seems to be too much for it, too. The pic is a little on the dark side, just so you know.
Here's a pic of the plant: http://family.webshots.com/photo/2047883780066256599HebFXd