I have a Jackson's Chameleon (Xanth) who's rather timid and doesn't seem to like to be held. But he still loves to walk around and explore his cage. His cage is a 18x18x36. Looking back, I should have invested in a 24x24x38 so that he'd have more space. In anycase, I wanted the guy to be able to have more space and move around. Gave it some thought and decided to build some sort of cage extension. Came up with a 'perch' idea. PVC, again came to the rescue. Made a quick trip to Home Depot, and bought a 10 footer PVC pipe, some connectors, and made a nice little stand. Went down to the local pet store, and picked up some Manzanita branches ($12 bucks each!, should have ordered online) Used a Flukers Twisty vine i had lying around, the loop around the branches and to work as a 'bridge' in between his cage and the perch. Initially my Cham was a little hesitant and stuck around inside his cage. I dropped a couple Hornworms (his favorite) on the branches and he came running out ! Walked around on all the branches and chilled there for a few hrs. He went back into his cage when he wanted to bask again. So it seems like a sucessful project. The perch is very light and I only set it up, when i am at home. when i am not at home, i move to perch away and close the cage door. What do you folks think?