Hey, I have posted earlier last week about the new cage I was building for my 7 month old panther chameleon, Marty. Well, the cage, I am pleased to say, is finally complete. It is a wood frame cage, 48''T X 30''W X 18''D, with plastic coated fiber-glass screening. I also constructed a base to sit it on so it is elevated 16'' inches from the ground. I am using a reptisun 5.0 uvb bulb, a zoomed daytime basking uva bulb, and a zoomed night heat bulb (which I plan only to use when it gets colder in the winter). In the bottom of the cage I have a live rubber plant that is approximately 18'' tall ( Is this plant ok, if not what would you suggest). Propped diagonally across the cage I have pieces of bamboo and sandblasted grapevine. Also towards the top I have fitted smaller bamboo pieces to go horizontally across the cage. Intertwined in all of these is a menagerie of fake vines and fake hanging plants. The temperature at the top (basking area) stays between 85-95. The lower portion of the cage can range from 70-80, and the whole cage drops at night to about 70. Marty really seems to enjoy it and is constantly exploring his new enclosure. If there is anything wrong with this setup please inform me, or if you have any suggestions they would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.