I never really realized she may be able to break that glass. Thanks for bringing that up merlin! I've actualy just earlier today bought a rubbermaid for her to eat in, The ten gallon was temporary, I was mainly using the suggestion for size, i don't really like feeding in glass tanks period, especialy because my girl is a little bit shy abot eating, but also because its still alot like there actual tank. I'm right in the middle of finishing up a rubbermaid container for transportation/feeding her in. Its a 36 gallon locking lid rubbermaid, But it only has clasps on the 2 sides, so i've drilled holes in it and rigged up bungees to help hold the lid down. For now i'm drilling holes in it for venalation, but i plan on cutting out two long sections along the sides and attatching Hardware cloth near the top, just like a dog crate. She'll be eating in it when I feed her later tonight.