Ill admit i don't like re-potting, I kind of dread it, its painstaking work for me. Its cool to see the rhizomes in all their glory and to see how long the roots got and how many divisions you got for free. But man its hard work, cleaning off the old junk without ripping roots, very very tiny divisions that fall off that don't stand a chance of surviving but you painstakingly pot them anyways, trying to bury it to the correct depth with a bunch of dormant leaves curled down and back making it impossible to get the rhizome covered well or to depth (of course you break off leafs in the process), you get all the plants potted and you realize you don't like the depth/spacing/configuration so you pull it all out and do it again, the mess you make all over your kitchen because its still too cold to do it outside and of course the debating about what pots will work best this year.
The tiny divisions are what i don't like most. I have a very low success rate with them. I pot them the best i can but few survive. I do have a BigMouth division that has survived two years and is the same size its always been, about the size of a dime. Other than that they usually die....but i pot them anyways.
BTW Coquillage is the most pain in the butt flytrap to re-pot, wow.
So here they are starting the season after re-potting.
Looking a little shabby, by July they wont be recognizable though.
This seed grown went completely maroon.
Then there is these ugly looking things. I just use peat moss and perlite for these and i top them with NZLFSM so there isn't a mess when it rains.