These are rough dimensions for plan in progress and I just want to know what y'all think. I took this cage design off the website: Water Dragon Enclosure and added drawers. You can see the drawers on the right and a water fall that might go the whole way up. the more solid dotted line is the extent of the inside (the total space for my dragon). and the small dotted line is the height of the water, which I will have a ramp for him so he can get in and out. The lights will be hidden by a wood pannel so it will look a little nicer, but will still be easy to get to if/when they need to be changed. I added two vents in the back and will use wood for the back. On the left side you will be able to see half the cage (wood and plexiglass) along with being able to see the area for swimming. The right side will be similar to the left except wood down below because there's drawers and not water... duh Like I said before, these are the basic designs and measurements I have and this isnt my final design. Some questions I have are: 1) How many vents do I really need for the dragon 2) How on earth do I keep this massive cage at that right tempature 3) Should I also buy the under tank heaters and place on the side or just under neither 4) Is the Zoo Med Repti Fogger worth getting to keep humidity up? 5) Is a digital hygrometer a good idea to buy? 5) Last: I'm open to and want any questions, comments, suggestions... pleeeeeeaaaaasssseeee. I'm not 100% sure what all I need, I have Han Solo (my water dragon) in a 40 gal right now and he's almost a foot long. I want to get him in a new home asap. I have all the supplies and my dad has the knowledge to build this stuff (we have a really bad *** workshop in our basement). We've built a lot of stuff never a reptile habbit lol. So help me out. I know humidity has to be around 80% and temp one side 90 and the other around low 80s. Han is a great dragon, likes to be held and is very calm. I'm afraid if I don't move him whenever I take him out he'll wanna be on the go. So I want him in his new home soon.