I potted the Pleurothallis stricta keikis. There were six of those. I left one leaf on the original plant and re-potted it also. Today they go back in the greenhouse in a cool, shaded spot to see what will happen in the next four months while waiting for the start of the selling season on eBay.
These plants are quite small and a bit over-potted in 2-inch pots. A way I learned that reduces pot size and increases drainage is to fill the space with rocks of foam peanuts. For this, use the "bad", non-biodegradable form. The others quickly turn to slime.