Since I have been under pressure to reveal pics of my enclosure, I will do so now while I am in the process of "Upgrading". I am in the process of redoing the front which holds the glass. Before I had all the glass taped on with duct tape and it didn't look very good but did the job. I pulled all that off today and freshened the substrate with some new topsoil. Over the next couple of days, I will finish off the front to finally have the sliding glass doors that I had planned on from the start. They will be primitive sliding glass doors. More like sliding panes of glass in a wood groove. The walls and floor are plywood that I laminated with reinforced fiberglass sheeting and is completely sealed with silicone and is water proof. The floor of the enclosure is slanted to the right with a drain at that end than draind into a pan in case I accidentily over moisten the substrate. The substrate on average is 9 inches deep. I had originally planned on two feet thus the height of the enclosure but later came to feel that was overkill. The ceiling is 5\8" sheet rock so that it would be fire retardent in case the heating fixtures overheated. It is also completey caulked in so that the heat doesn't escape through the cracks. The entire floor space is 8 feet by 4 feet. It is not as fancy as I first wanted it to be. I still want to install a pool that has plumbing so that I can empty, wash and refill it without having to physically remove it and put it back. I control the temps by having the two vents that you can see near the soil level open while having another tubular vent in the ceiling over the cool side that I can adjust to control how fast or slow the heat can escape. I open it up wide in summer and keep it mostly closed in the winter. I know that there is not anything as far as decorations. As I said a while back everything looks pretty stark. I really wanted this piece of giant corkbark they hade at the pet store. It was over 4 feet long and would have made the enclosure look picture perfect! However, they wanted $100.00 for it. I could have bought it to brag about how nice my enclosure looks, but in the end I know my monitor could care less! That thing in the lefthand back corner is a ceramic thingy that she liked to hide in the past enclosures she was in and has always used it to crawl into and sleep ay night. I've just never taken it away from her. I'm not sure if I have left anything out but, This is still a work in progress. I still dream big dreams about the perfect enclosure.