Yes, it would be nice if someone would be successful growing them from seed. What I find curious is the ambiguous legal status of such plants - clearly the plants were shipped illegally, so what would the legal status of their offspring be? I can guarantee you that 90% of Cyps in collections today have such roots, whether they be seed grown or established adult divisions. Yes, it should be interesting to see what comes of those plants. I can't say that I am most interested in seeing hybrids made though, it would be more interesting to see the species maintained long-term since wild populations may not endure in the coming decades. If Japan is any model for what will eventually come to pass in China, there will be few Cyps (or other desirable and rare plants) left in the wild with a few decades. A bummer, but inevitable I think. BTW, when I asked Dr. Perner how he planned to grow them out of flask he said he had no special plans, just to grow them in the normal substrate he uses for other species. Let's hope they prove to be more adaptable to cultivation than the Mexican species.