Hi there! I have a 1+ year old carpet chameleon I got from a reptile show. He was full grown when I got him, as far as I know. Unfortunately, I usually preach no impulse buying but failed in this case. I have other reptiles, but this was my first experience with a chameleon. He was in a converted 40-gallon breeder for the entire time up until a few days ago, when I set up his new bio-active terrarium--I have one twice the size for my anoles and I absolutely love it. This is the 18x18x36 skyscraper exo-terra. Inside is a schefflera, a fern, moss, and English ivy, as well as driftwood that I find. There are springtails, isopods, dubia roach babies, superworms, and crickets all roaming around as food and decomposers--he also gets wax worms as treats, and munches on phoenix worms and hornworms whenever I buy/breed them. My main question was if there are any changes I should make to the setup? I plan on going out for more driftwood soon to give him a bit more climbing space at the top, and probably trimming the schefflera down a bit. It supports his weight well, and he really seems to like it MUCH more than his last setup.