pretty much like linton and matt's response.
the most fascinating CP's to me are the ones that can actually "feel" and sense where the bug is.
vft's can feel the trigger hairs gets touched, and react quickly.
but not just that, it can actually digest it slowly too.
capensis + similar drosera's can curl a leaf slowly around a bug, eventually wrapping it up tight.
ive had em' catch a fly, 24hrs later its curled up tight around the fly but the fly is still alive
ive had a single capensis leaf get 2x small mosquito's land at different points along its dew, and that one single leaf managed to bend in two entirely different locations and wrap each bug individually.
my sarra's seem to overflow with trapped flies in summer, the exotic beauty of some nep' pitchers.