ok i havent read any of the other posts but here we go
firstly you were playing tight because of the blinds?? doesnt make any sense to me really. its true that when antes are out there you should be stealing more pots, but you sat down with 100 bb's, no real reason to play supertight here, especially as you are so deep..
ok next thing "i limped because it was cheap" ok well fair enough, my line of thinking would be "ok well i have a weak hand sure, but it plays really well multiway and im looking to play this to hopefully get someones entire stack. i would never advise raising here, it defeats the purpose of the hand your playing. so i like the call preflop
on the flop is pretty interesting of course.
the lead out to me seemed like a bet that was scared of the flush draw, or infact i see a lot of weak players bet draws similarly. the raise from the super tight player for me deserves respect. i would probably advise calling and seeing the turn card. if its a club or the board pairs you can bail, the problem with play small suited connectors like that is that sometimes you will be up against a higher flush, but that doesnt happen often enough for you to be worried about it.
if it was me, i would definately just called the raise and see what developes, if a bad card comes on the river you can bail and it only cost you 30.
all in all i think the turn raise was the only bad play if your gonna raise to knock people off potential draws that could counterfeit your hand, then you gotta raise bigger, your pretty much giving them odds
to call you with say ace clubs and a pair, you sorta had the all ins in a cash game as you were heavily invested. you could fold i guess after your raise but i wouldnt advise making big laydowns like this too often it will hurt you in the long run. and whatever you do, dont let your opponants know you just made a huge laydown, your advertising to let them bluff you again.