In my snow corn's enclosure her digital thermometer with a probe is saying that it is 105F on her hot side! The probe is securely placed under the substrate (about 2-3 layers of newspaper and 2in of aspen bedding). Even though she has plenty of protection between her and the under tank heater, I still don't want it to be too hot for her to get burned, or avoid that area all together because it is too warm. It is amazing how hot those heat pads can get! What is everyone's advice on this? If you think she is fine then I won't get a rheostat but I am going to order one TODAY since the stores are closed and it's cheaper to buy online, if you think I need to dim the temperature. Here's a link of the one I am going to order depending on everyone's feedback. Repti Temp Rheostat ***Answers and feedback are much needed and well appreciated!