Here she is around Midnight. I decided to go to bed after this picture - and missed the whole show. I am sure she did it on purpose so that I wouldn't be able to take pictures.
Here I am at 4am, taking pictures after missing the majority of the molt. What you see is the old skin, and her. She purposely made sure I went to bed so I would not take pictures of her I think.
This is where she is stretching after the molt. I went back to bed and let her be after these two.
And here she is right now, flipped back over and just drying. Her fangs will be white until they dry as well, and this could take around two weeks (to three weeks). I will not be offering her any food during this time, but she will have plenty of clean water (as always) so that she will stay hydrated. Any kind of feeding attempt right now while her fangs are soft is a bad idea, as it could end up breaking or deforming them.
When I measured her molt in a relaxed (not stretched) position her leg span from front right to rear left was actually 5 inches - bigger than what I thought, while her body was just around 3 inches head to butt. She may be a bit older than I first thought.
I also confirmed her as being female based on the molted skin. Her head has also gone to a copper color now, which means she may not be a G. porteri after all, or that G. porteri might in fact be the same as G. rosea. I will have to see after she dries since she is still rather brown, while the other roses I have are much redder. Regardless, I still love my Sweetie spider.