Ok, so I am building Tito a new cage (STILL). Now that it is summer though I have been able to make a little more progress. I have had several frustrating set backs. I am looking for some feedback on the doors though. I have a few ideas and I will explain them at the end. But first! Pictures! Plans for the base: One "cube" of the base. I have since added an additional crossbar along the center for extra support and sturdiness. How the two cubes fit together: I painted everything and then used a nut/bolt system to attach it so that it can be easily taken apart. I have stood on the base and it is very sturdy! My bf was able to stand on it and I was able to (gently) bounce on it so I am confident that it can hold a decent amount of weight! The floor is a plywood (not particle board) but it is all painted with multiple layers of high gloss, water based paint and will be thoroughly sealed later. I put one bolt on the top (the actual inside) for additional stability, and multiple on the bottom to actually hold it together. Top (floor) Bottom (under cage) I only attached the wheel at three points in each corner, but it is very sturdy. Center Wheels: The side that has one attachment site is the side where it can be removed. The other side the wheel has 2 attachments on the other cube (they are thus slightly offset) so that when removed each cube will have 3 wheels. But together then entire cage has 6. The ceiling is similar in design only instead of the 2 horizontal and one vertical cross beams, there is only one crossbeam lengthwise in each cube as they don't need to be able to hold much weight. If I decide to use it for heavy-ish storage (which I just might) I can easily add another cross beam to stabilize it. I am finishing up painting the side boards and then I will start building the walls. I will post my "blueprints" for that and pics as I go. I plan on wiring the lights into the cage so that I can handle higher voltage. Does anyone know - if I have say a 160 Watt MegarRay, but standard houe voltage is, I believe, 120 watts, the light is only emitting 120 watts anyways correct? So I might as well not bother getting anything over 120 watts? Or is it volts and I need to convert? I am not even sure on the 120, it is just a number I vaguely remember from physics. haha Ok, so for the doors... As you can see to do sliding glass doors with my cage design I have created a bit of a problem. If you look at the cube, where they meet in the center there is a raised part because the floors are set down about an inch or two. I WAS going to buy a vinyl fabric that I found online for a decent price and just attach it all around the front with nails or something at the top and with (Strong) velcro holding the sides (at least 1 side) and bottom so that it could be easily lifted/rolled up to be open for free roam time (which lately is always with the current, smaller, cage haha). Now though I am kind of leaning towards plexi sliding doors. However, I have 2 problems. One is how to affix the sliding door track at the bottom (ANY IDEA????) the other is the enclosure is 6 feet tall, but so far the tallest plexi I have found is about 4 or 5 feet tall! So I would have to construct a window or something at the top so as not to block out the view of the top of the cage, and to create an edge for the top of the doors to fit in. In which case I think I'd be better off financially and work-load in getting the vinyl. It is a 40 gauge clear vinyl fabric used in tents and stuff. Kind of like Jeep soft cover windows. It is sturdy and easy to clean and flexible. Ideas? Input?