I'm probably just being paranoid, as I know it usually takes a while for beardies to acclimate to a new area, but I just have these concerns that I might be doing something wrong. So I got my new beardie (about 8 inches) from BBD on Friday. He was really calm out of the box, and he kinda just sat in the spot I placed him in his enclosure all night. I held him a little and he seemed ok, but obviously a little disoriented and scared. I gave him a fresh salad that he didn't eat any of, and offered a few roaches he showed no interest in. So I let him be til' the next day and gave him a soak in the morning. He seemed to like it for a little but freaked out when I tried to towel dry him. NBD, I held him a little and then put him back in his enclosure. He won't even go near his salad. I try to put it up to his lips and he'll reluctantly open his mouth for me to place a bit in, but that only lasts for 1 or two bits of greens. I tried putting 1 roach at a time in his enclosure, and he ate about 4-5 the first night but then just got totally disinterested. I left the rest of the roaches in his cage hoping he'd eat them while I wasn't looking if he is a shy eater. Then today I tried putting the Tupperware dish in with about 10-15 roaches. When I put it in he got excited and jumped in and ate about 2 or 3. Then he started freaking out that he couldn't get out of the Tupperware, and wasn't interested in eating any more. I had to help him out, and then put the rest of the roaches in his cage with him, but he didn't seem to care. My concerns are that leaving the bugs in with him stresses him out more. They obviously skitter off to go hide in various places and I can't be sure he is even eating them. I know dubias don't chew on beardies like crickets do, but I don't want a bunch of dead roaches in there with him. I also noticed he doesn't really use his basking spot much. It is mostly just a few scattered flat rocks underneath the bulb, not very high though because the bulb is too low due to a dimmer. He likes to climb on a step-platform thing i have in the back corner with leaves on it. He is there a lot, as well as sometimes on a piece of driftwood I have this is sort of near the basking spot, but only gets to about 90 degrees at most. The basking spot temps range from 108-114 so I don't know if he just doesn't feel like basking or what. Should I bathe him more often since he isn't eating as much? I read that 1-2 times a week is usually good though. Should I not be letting the roaches loose in his cage? They have a lot of place to scurry and hide so there's no way I can clean out the ones he doesn't eat without having to take apart all the deco which I think would freak him out even more. Should I try to feed him in a different tub even though he freaks out just from a small Tupperware that I put IN his cage? I try to tong-feed him each roach but he doesn't even look at them if they aren't skittering around. I'm just concerned. x_x He has been showing stress marks also. He doesn't seem lethargic, I've caught him wandering around the cage and he seems very alert and kinda wary. Idk, any tips? Also he hasn't pooped once since I got him, but I do not think he's impacted.