I got these two Aloinopsis peersii back in November 2013 and was really worried they won't get acclimated. You see, they are quite big and fat and meaty and under my conditions plants grow compactly. Each time I purchase a "fat" plant it has huge problems downsizing. Especially Lithops simply don't make it through regeneration in these cases. On the photo below you still can see the large fat leaves I got it with but all the new ones, grown at my place, are much smaller and more fitting and appropriate. They grow in a 7x7x10cm container and are downsizing gradually and in a healthy manner. There are many side branches, too :)
This plant's special feature is the fluffiness of the leaves. Yes, they are as soft as they look ;)
The picture below was taken last November. Check out those carrot roots! I think with these guys watering from the bottom would make sense but I water them from above and it seems to be fine.