My Eastern Water Dragon's enclosure has this slapped-together humidifier: (Yeah... maybe I should have used white/transparent aquarium silicon. Sigh. Anyway...) And the enclosure (though I imagine you've seen me posting pictures of it before, but I'll post here for thoroughness): (Note that's a pretty old picture of the reptarium. Imagine the humidifier pipe sticking through the LEFT wall, about halfway up, and sticking several inches in so that condensation drips into the water rather than all over the stick on the left. The humidifier ejects its mist over the "pond" side (which also happens to be the cool side) of the EWD's 6' long enclosure. The humidifier is hooked up to a hygrometer. The trouble that I'm having is that the mist isn't dissipating. Because it's so dry where I live, it runs quite frequently. Now, if I aim a 50W zoomed basking spot light across the enclosure from right to left, the mist does dissipate. However, that is making the enclosure just a tad too hot. If I remove that light entirely, or replace it with a lower watt bulb, the fog hangs around the lower half of the enclosure pretty much all the time. I'm afraid that if that continues, the constant wet air will give my Dragon a RI. Any ideas? Thanks!