With my new iguana enclosure built I have been fooling around with the lights to see what kind of temps I can get. Right now I'm using a 125W MVB and a 24" UVB tube. The basking spot is leveling out at about 100 degrees. On the other side of the enclosure about 5 inches higher is another shelf that gets about 89-92(this is under the flourescent tube), and temps gradually decrease as you go lower in the enclosure reaching a minimum of about 82 at the bottom. Is this basking spot too hot, or will it be okay? I've always understood 95 to be the best basking temperature, but after doing some additional internet searching I'm seeing various care guides suggest maximums of 98 or even one which says up to 110 is okay which doesn't sound right to me... As you go even a few inches away from the direct center of the bulb the temps drop a few degrees so I feel like the hottest spot being 100 isn't too bad, but I do want to make sure it isn't dangerous. I would really like to keep using this MVB so he can get some UVB rays while he basks, but I can downgrade to a 100W basking bulb if it's too much heat for him. Opinions?