See step 6 for pictures 6 months later and 20 days after repotting.
Step 1: Ingredients
5 gallon bucket
New container for plant
A note before beginning: In retrospect, I wish I had watered my pitcher plant 1 day before re-potting. It turned out that it was bone dry from the plant store and the butter knife was necessary to loosen it from the original container.
For later feeding: Meal Worms and Crickets.
Step 2: Mix Peat Moss and Perlite
Step 3: Add Water and Sand
Once it's saturated, add about 2 cups of sand and mix again by hand.
Step 4: Transplant and Trim
It really helps to have another person around to repot the hanging varieties. Be careful to keep the potting mix out of the pitchers. It shouldn't be lethal, but I'm sure the plant doesn't appreciate it much.
Water it like crazy and let it drain completely.
You can trim off unhealthy pitchers, but leave the leaves when possible.
Step 5: Maintenance and Feeding
It is okay to add some water to the pitchers at first, but they should produce fluid on their own after the plant reestablishes itself.
Feeding should only be necessary if your plant is indoors. You can feed the pitcher plant live insects or purchase dried insects from the reptile food section in pet stores. Add one insect per pitcher leaving one or two weeks for digestion.
Step 6: Update: Happy Plant Pictures 6 Months Later
Check out all the new baby pitchers in the photos below! I trim unhealthy pitchers at a rate of about one per week with a plant this size.
The plant continues to be happy without any humidity adjustment.
High resolution photos here.