If you want to go with a pump-based system, take a peek at Pro-Products' PMP-60 pump. It works well. All you need is their pump, some of their hose, and one mist nozzle per enclosure. Their pump is super quiet.
I like the nozzle assembly (T-Deluxe or L-Deluxe) from: http://www.mistking.com/
Ask for the nozzle without the anti-drip valve.
I like the cream (105 degree mist spread & 0.0153GPM) colored mist nozzle from: http://www.cloudtops.com/mistingnozzles.htm
If you do end-up getting something from them, buy a selection to experiment with, including some spares if you ever plug-up one.
You can use the TORO fogging nozzles and 1/4 inch tubing running from your laundry tub...if you have a basement you can run it from there and up through the floor in perhaps a closet that is in your reptile room just like a cable line.
I second the Pro Products pump kit. They make good stuff over there (have a heat panel from them) and they are friendly and informative people. I like to have a backup pump standing by and I plan on getting it from them this month.
Here's the link you were looking for: http://www.chameleonsdish.com/hydration/wateringsystems.htm
It has comparisons of most of the misting systems sold. I have the ProMist PM60. It is quite. It can accidentally run dry without a problem. I don't have to self prime. I can use as big a water resevoir as I want. The crimps are made for high temps like those in herp cages.