Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum and this is my first post. I know a lot of information is already out there on this topic, but i'd like to start a dialog. I bought a young timor monitor this week. This is my first monitor, but not my first reptile. Right now I'm keeping him in the 20 gal tank that he came with, but I know this is not ideal to say the least. I am getting ready to build a new enclosure and I just wanted to run my plans by some people with experience before I start construction. The plan is to make it 64" x 30"x 44" that is after 8-10" of substrate. I may go a little taller. It will be made out of sealed plywood on all sides except the front will have sliding glass doors that are 52x32. What do you think about the size? Do you think it will look ok with the sliding glass doors having 6" of wood on each side. I would buy bigger glass, but I already have the glass I am planning to use. Also, Are night bulbs necessary? Any input will be appreciated. also, what should I use to keep the plywood under the substrate from rotting? I'm going to put a few layers of poly on it. Do you think that will be enough?