It has been sixteen days since I brought Jasper home. She seems to be doing pretty well so far. I have held her a couple of times for a minute or two each time and she did not seem to be too jumpy about it, nor was she frozen in fright. I need to start monitoring her weight as I haven't seen but one spot of poop. However she does like to hide herself deep within the foliage of some of her plants so there may well be droppings there that I can't see. She has been getting out and exploring her tank and I think I have figured out a balance between dark enough that she is comfortable coming out and bright enough that I can watch her. I have a 40 watt incandescent bulb in a clamp light over her enclosure. During the day I have it pointing down so that the plants get light. In the afternoon/evening I turn it so it is pointing up at the shelf over Jasper's enclosure and so much less light actually falls inside of it. It gives it a deep dusk feel. Humidity had been a problem. Too much humidity that is. I had clear plexiglass on one half of the tank and corregated plastic on the other half with small holes punched along the edges about an inch in from the edge. That did not give enough ventilation even with leaving one side open 10-15 minutes a day and no misting. I have since cut out along those holes and hot glued a mesh fabric across the opening. Now instead of a constant 97-99% humidity I am getting 60-65% before misting. I have also added quite a few branches crisscrossing madly. I had to take the dracaena out because it was not getting enough light and was dropping leaves at an alarming rate. Most of the small twiggy ends of the branches are on the end of the tank where it was. The money tree on the other end is doing just fine so she has vertical climbing space on that end too. I hope with more climbing things I will see her more frequently.