Hello again! I'm making final preparations for Leonardo and I wanted to check with the experts before I bring little Leo home. I've attached photos of my final set up. I bought another live plant and hung up the vine I bought a while ago. As suggested, I used zip ties to hang a shower curtain around three sides of Leonardo's cage to help control the humidity. I'm currently using a dripper and will be hand misting throughout the day. I bought a utility sink from Menards and drilled the bottom of the cage to the top of the sink to secure it. The intention with the utility sink was to create a drainage system that wasn't overly expensive (so far so good!) and as a bonus it added some height to the enclosure. The lights are on a 12 hour on/12 hour off timer and as of 10:00 this morning (the lights go on at 5:00) the temperature was just below 80F and the humidity was a little over 40%. I filled the dripper and misted the plants briefly (30 seconds) around 4:00 yesterday afternoon and then I left for the evening. So, in my untrained opinion, my final set up is retaining humidity better than the original set up was. I figure with more misting throughout the day I'll be able to bump the humidity up to 70% after a misting session. So I guess I'm asking for people to review the information I've provided and the photos I've posted and offer advice and/or feedback. I know there's not a lot of foliage near the top of the cage but my hope is that the plants will grow with Leonardo, filling his space when he's bigger and needs the space more.