I've been contemplating this for a while now, as I really want one of these animals but I'm trying to create the best possible environment for it. My idea was to build a large enclosure that could fit nicely into the corner of my living room, near a window and right next to my wall heater (not that I was planning on using that to heat the enclosure) I would like to built a pentagon, almost triangular shape though. I came up with measurements of 38x38" for the two sides that would be parallel with the walls of my room. The two short sides, which would do a 90 degree angle off the wall, would be approximately 4" each. Then the longest side which would connect the two 4" sides, would be approximately 46" or so long. A 100 gallon tank is about 1080 inches of flat surface space. My enclosure would be about 1118 inches of flat surface space. I was thinking of going about 54" high with it. Does that seem like a good shape to go with? As for materials, I was gong to use some kind of MDO panel, or even PVC based synboard (I have access to tons of this stuff where I work). This would make up the two 38"x54" sides that would be against the walls of my room. The other sides, I was going to do with plexiglass. I was planning on having sections that could slide open covered by screens or an area of access at the bottom to get the dragon out/feed, etc. I know it's kind of a lot, but I'd really appreciate some input...that's kind of what I had in my head and I did a drawing of it. I think it could work...but just want some thoughts on what I could change, etc?