Do you have an enclosure? If not an aquarium 55 or larger would be an ok set up if laid on its side. a 50 gallon rubber tote is better but wont work for an adult so get a larger container if you want to use them(cheapest enclosures). A wooden enclosure is best. If you make one that is about 48x30x24(only needs to be 18in if the lights will be on top of enclosure but 24-30in if ligts are inside) you can put a removable top on it and use it as a coffee table...I hAve always wanted to do this but so far tortoises I decide to keep have been too large...maybe I will do this for my box turtle... Also the bulb mega ray is best but if not then a halogen flood light and a fluorescent uv set up. Arcadia bulbs seem to be the best uv only so far. Substrate needs to be atleast 6in deep but 12in is better. Also a half plays and half soil works well to hold burrows and must be damp and well packed at all times. Flat stone to put under the basking light for belly heat and under the food bowl so they can't unbalance by digging under and when they push the food of it doesn't land in the dirt. Food and water bowls need to be large and shallow. The bottom pans for plant pots work well. A few plants (real is best but they will destroy it) for decoration. A hide of some sort should be available. I have ones made of rocks and ones that are mostly buried pots and they should be in dark corners.