The glass vs. screen discussion is a us vs. europe story aswell. In sweden I think almost every cham keeper has them in glassenclosures with excellent result. So I dont think you can say glass enclosures are bad (end of discussion).
I keep my cham in a glassenclosure and shes doing great.
I dont understand everbodies need to handle their chams. It´s not that kind of pet.
Of course at some occations you need to handle the to check on their health etc. But just handling them, why?
The times I need to take out my cham I use a stick that she can climb on to instead of me...
Agree with Dave, they want to look down at you.
But I should put in some horisontal vines in the cage to and if you can put in some vines higher in the cage (but be careful so it doesnt get to hot so your cham can burned). Otherwise I think its look good!
My cham isnt that happy either when I start spraying. But usually she finds a spot in/under one of the plants. And when she gets there a spray at her again. Then the water hits her and the leaves around her and she starts to drink.
You can also spray so the water runs in front of your chams...
I think you need more plants. How about UV? Or is one of those a UV-Bulb?
And that egglayingspot is no good. Its need to be deeper so the female can dig. Check this out: http://www.chameleonnews.com/year2003/jan2003/nesting/nesting.html
Dont know if FLchams ships to UK, but if they do their cages seems to be good.
I think you can get your hands on ExoTerras flexariums. http://www.exo-terra.com/en/products/flexarium.php
E: Wohoo, that was post nr 100 for me =)