Here's a pic if my gargoyle setup. It's a 24x16x24 tank. I'm using a 60 w bulb fur daylight and heat. Temp during the day is about 76. I'm using herpkeeper to monitor temp and humidity, and Mistking to add the humidity as needed. Averaging around 60% with drops throughout day to dry things out preventing mould. The plants are all fake for now just for ease of maintenance. The garg is sleeping in this photo in the leaves at the back I didn't want to disturb he/she for the photo. He's about 4 inches so still pretty young. He's a red garg, more gray with red speckles I'd say. He hadn't eaten for almost 2 weeks after arrival. I started taking him out in the evening and hand feeding the repashy crested paste. He happily sits in one hand and licks the mix off my finger. I'll keep this up until he's able to find the food dish ledge in the enclosure himself. Each time I take him out I put him back into the food/water ledge to try to teach him where it is. I'm wondering if this tank us just too big for him at this time as he's either afraid to explore too much or it's just to much area to cover. I'll attach a pic later of him once he's up and at 'em!