So in about four months (after I change jobs) I am going to get a snake. I have two very different breeds in mind: green tree python and corn snake. I don't want a rescue snake as my first snake as I want to make sure they are healthy from the get go (rescues will come after I am comfortable with them). I love the looks of green tree pythons but am hesitant to get one as I haven't really handled snakes much so getting one known for being snippy as adults is kinda worrying. Are they really that bad? Could he live in a 36x18x36 his whole life? As an adult snake what is the size of food item they need to eat (I don't want to feed bunnies)? Do they have a tendency to go off food? Now cornsnakes: not much I need to know as I have read posts and care sheets but I thought I would verify some things: a 55gal is a good size right? Though he will probably end up in a 4x2x2 set up. Color morphs (this is going to sound vain but oh we'll) I really like the palmetto but at $4000 I don't think I can afford it so next I really like white, red, silver, and blue so what are the prettiest morphs in those colors...I was thinking maybe a pewter but any others that are visually striking? Now I am off to read the green tree python care sheets.