I have been going through all the large enclosures I can to find to decide what to do with my Sullivan. As I am unhappy about his 7X3X3 and for me to do something outside with the layout of my yard (small) I see nothing practical. That leaves me with doing something inside. I am planning a 6'6x6'6X5or6' with a corner cut off at a 45* angle reducing the overall by about 10 sq ft giving me essentially 32 sqft the same as an 8'x4' but I think may be more useable space... maybe? It will have about 10-12 inches of a soil substrate along with a built in fiber glassed water bowl/tub. I am really considering a misting system for the enclosure but would like to know if anyone would see it a necessity. Also I know for Chams that typically a .4gph(?) misting nozzle is used but this being a much larger enclosure would a larger misting nozzle be more appropriate? Even if i put multiple?