Hey guys, so my ackie had been living in a glass viv for almost a year, and I recently moved him into a new, custom build viv. I admit that the husbandry in his older tank was not as good as it could have been, so I've been trying to make this new tank as comfortable as possible for him. The old tank was about 3x1.5x1.5 feet, and the substrate was 4 inch deep eco earth. The basking spot in his old tank was about 120F, and humidity typically stuck around 30-40% at the most do to the screen lid. His new tank is 4x2x3 feet tall, with a play sand and eco earth substrate mix that is about 8 inches deep. His basking spot is 140F, with ambient temps on the cool side usually being 80F on thermometer, 75F with the temp gun, and on the warm side the ambient temps are 80 down by the soil and 90 higher up in the tank on the thermometer and 80F with the temp gun. Humidity sticks to around 70-80% depending on if I've opened the front recently. In his old tank, he was always a voracious eater when I threw in crickets, typically eating 20-30 a day. Don't know if this is correlated, but once winter started approaching he started to eat far less, averaging 5 crickets a day. I moved him into the new tank on November 11th, and added some new decor to it like some fake plants and a cork flat on November 19th. The first few days in the new tank he ate maybe 2 crickets a day, and pooped every other day, but since then he has eaten nothing. I've been putting crickets in a deep bowl in his tank like I have since the beginning, but all he does is occasionally give them a sideways glance. Other than that he has been completely normal other than sleeping a bit more than usual. He has been sprinting around, jumping, and exploring, using his retes stack, but he has not eaten. He is a little over a year old. I'm really worried about him, and I hope one of you have answers for me. I'll post pictures of his current viv. Thank you in advance. The fake rock in the back with the water bowl on it has always been his "burrow" of choice, since it is hollow in the inside and I believe it holds humidity quite well. In the bottom right is a wooden half cylinder hide that is partially buried.