To give a little more info, This is an adult Cham. I keep the vent closed in that room to keep the ac out and the door closed. When it was so hot and dry, I would open the door but not the vent in the morning and set my thermostat to 80.At 6:00 A.M., I would mist the cage, Fill the dropper, and put a few dusted crickets in and go to work. When I got home at about 3:00 P.M., I'd do the same exept every couple of days I would pick up some wax worms on the way home as an extra treat. They love them! And then I'd mist again before going to bed. I look for visual clues for the amount of moisture in the enclosure. I have cypress mulch to cover the bottom. When it is moist, It is dark and shiny. When it dries out, It's a lighter brown color. Plus I put spaghnum moss in clumps in strategic locations. On top of that I had four giant carwash sponges soaked with water. I put a curtain of synthetic landscaping fabric around the sides and back that will still allow some airflow but at the same time provide a surface for water droplets to adhere to. The weather has produced about a 95% reletive humidity. That's compared to 45% a week ago. Pheonix, AZ was at 22% (I'm a weather fanatic!) I was concerned because when I got home from work everything was almost entirely dried out. But it's over now. Matter of fact the humidity has gotten so bad that I've had to take out the sponges AND the moss or else I'd have a wet goop at the bottom of the enclosure. It's so humid that I've had to put dried rice in my salt shaker because it stopped shaking. That's inside with central air! I went ahead and bought a hydrometer today to be on the safe side, But I think it's going to take several hours to get a good reading. I'm skeptical that it's any good because it showed 50% humidity in the sealed container that it was in. It did have a card board backing though which could let some moisture through. It cost $12.00 but it's all they had. The Mom and Pop store that I bought him from had a rescued Veiled in the "Rehab" section of the store. Man, I've never seen a lizard so dark! It looked like it came out of a coal mine! Mine has never gotten darker than he was in the pic in my gallery with him on my hand. Darkness is a sign of stress. A lot of this is a rehash of my earlier entries. This concludes what I have to say on this subject. I really appreciate everyones input! I feel this problem is resolved. At least untill next year!