Hi all! I'm brand new to the forum and excited to get started. I'm hoping to adopt a baby/juvenile panther chameleon in the relatively near future, so I've been spending hours and hours reading your threads on this wonderful forum so I'm well prepared to care for our new family member. I am planning to build an enclosure myself out of the china cabinet pictured. I am going to remove the glass from the doors and replace them with screening to provide better circulation, and will cover the mirror in the back with a forest-y image so the chameleon doesn't think he has company. I plan to place screening inside the top of the enclosure so that the chameleon can't get too close to the UVB and basking lights, and there should be enough room to place a drip system up there as well. Aside from plenty of lush vegetation, horizontal vines and branches, and no substrate on the floor, does anyone have recommendations for how to make this habitat amazing? Also, what do you think about taking out the glass panels on the sides of the cabinet (yes/no)? I live in Everett, WA, and right now temperature is definitely a consideration (though, for most of the year, humidity is a non-issue). Would love some input! Thanks!