Thanks guys for your well wishes in that other post. I was gonna reply there but figured I might as well start a new thread with lots of details. On saturday I worked really hard improving his pond. I put in a canister filter that due to it being gravity fed but higher than his pond I attached it to a small pond pump and so far it is working great. But it must have freaked tai out as he hasnt been acting normal since I changed it but I figured I would leave him alone and let him get used to it. Then this morning (sunday) I noticed him hanging on his branch and his foot looked funny but I dismissed it as my beign paranoid. Well when he was still there at 230 and hadnt moved at all I thought it was really odd so I took a closer look and I notice the foot was swollen and there was no resistance when I moved it, it just dangled. So I gently palpated it and notice a hard bump near his hip that would be consistant with a break or fracture. So I called the vet and set up an emergency visit for 6pm. So two and a half hours and 6 xrays later...The break was not pathelogical (wasnt caused by weak bones from lack of calcium and uv) it was a break from something he did. So Tai had his mid shaft femural break stabalized and splinted. He has a checkup once a week and then in a month if all his checkups go well he will have another full exam with xrays again to see how well he healed. Once he wakes from his anesthisia he isnt gonna be happy. His bandage is a lovely lavendar with purple polka dots... Due to the design of his cage there is no way I can cordon part of it off to make it so he cant climb. Since if I just blocked of his branches and put him on the bottom of the cage he wont have access to the lights and then of course there is the fact that 99% of the bottom of his cage is nothing but pond and swimming would almost be worse than climbing. And I cant just block him into the top of his enclosure where the lights are as thats where all the branches are. Also cant remove the branches as they are screwed, silivconed, and sealed into the cage walls... So Tai is currently in a 36x18x18 Exoterra tank which is going to make temps and humidity lots of fun to control...sigh...I covered most of the top with plastic and aluminum foil. he has a humidifier, small water bowl, rock cave, and lots of leafy bushes (taken from his old cage so atleast they are familiar). Now any advice on what else I can do to make him comfortable for the next month or two? just until he gets the ok to go back into his old enclosure. Also what can I add to his old enclosure to make it safer for him? I am thinking shelves, rope bridges, and taking out some of the thinner branches completely?