Hello folks, long time no see. I am still kicking and wanted to run something by you. 2 years ago I started a roach colony in a 50g smooth sided sterilite. They have been thriving (I sell off about 1,000 roaches every 3 months) but lately they have been escaping and it's not just the babies. Even the 1/2inch roaches have outsmarted the vasoline (which has had to be reapplied several times due to it running) and they get past the packing tape too. I keep the egg crates down low to the floor and have 2 bricks on the top. My humidity has been on the high side lately (60%) which may be allowing them to more readily climb but I am wondering if anyone has any input on how to prevent the escapes. Should I build a custom enclosure? Do you think weather stripping and a weighted lid might work? What has worked for you? I'm probably going to split them into two containers soon because my 2 ancient lizards just aren't keeping up with my huge colony so I can just sell off a bin here and there. Thanks folks!