I just wanted to bring something up because I see more and more people advising to get lower humidity during the day. This causes unnecessary fear for newbies IMO. I agree that 100% at night given good ventilation is beneficial, but I do not agree that we NEED to lower humidity during the day if we also have good ventilation. The thing is, if you have a screen enclosure, there should be plenty of air exchange. Even with a proper glass enclosure you have plenty. That's where the concern lies. Chameleons are thriving all over the world in areas with high daytime humidity... Where were all the RI's when we were misting for 30 minutes a day years ago and thought we needed dry nights? Why aren't any of us keeping chams outside in humid climates losing our chameleons because it is close to 100% 24/7? Instead of saying lower your humidity to 'X' we should be taking a look at the person's air exchange. Is it screen? If glass, is there chimney effect? Maybe a computer fan? If these things are in place you're fine! Then, if your house is 60+% you're going to have other problems to worry about, don't worry about the cham he/she will be fine.