I cant show a pic because my chams are already in bed, but I use an upside down pop bottle with the a big opening in it, and a screen glued on the back side for the crix/roaches to crawl up so they can get picked off - they are pretty common on here, I am sure someone will post a pic, if not I can show you in the am I use paperclips glued on the back to hang it, that way I can take it out and clean it
Here is my feeder jug, as you can see Seagram is up top and he can see right into it.. I also got some husk off of one of my palm trees and used it to line the edge so he has something to grab onto.
I like that setup, does Seagram get on the Vine around the feeder cup to feed on the insects in the cup?
that looks very nice that is kinda how my baby feed cups are, but mine are the wide, short deli cups w/ a net bottom - about the only thing I could suggest would be sure if he were to get in, he can get out- I had one of the babies get into the feed cup, but was to short to get back out- lol I solved this by pointing the end of a vine so that it did not touch any of the sides, but poked down into the cup so the bugs can not get out ( I feed them roach nymph now too - dont want those lose ! ) but the cham can reach up and still grab it if needed - mine are baby Jax 4 mo old, so they are about the same size as your little guy - but that looks very nice - GREAT JOB