Right now I have found two main contenders for my enclosure on Amazon: one is the standard 24”, 24”, 48” reptibreeze, another is the same but in a kit that comes with some extra stuff for only about two dollars more (even if most of the stuff isn’t the best, I still think that I could keep them on hand. Plus, there is some useful stuff). Then, in addition to these enclosures that are specifically built for chams and the like, I also found a large aviary on Amazon for a lower price than either of the reptibreezes. It is 31 inches wide, 20.5 inches deep and 53 inches tall. Only question is: would an aviary of those dimensions even work for a chameleon or is it too different? As you guys know, I’m no expert, but I would imagine that the metal wires that make up an aviary would be good for a chameleon to climb on, plus this particular one comes with three wooden sticks that go from left to right and could be climbed on also. For those who want more info, Here is the listing. My main concern is that it won’t hold in humidity as well or that a young cham could try to escape through the bars, but I think that could be helped by covering the aviary with some sort of tarp or cloth. Anywho, what do you guys think? Reptibreeze or aviary? Just the enclosure, or with some gimmicks? Thanks!