Hey everyone, So I'm in the process of planning a enclosure for my Woma and maybe one to stack on top for a future scaly friend and was looking for some feed back to see if I'm on the right track. So planning to build a 1200x600x450mm (LxWxH) from ply wood, 12mm back, top and sides and 18mm for bottom. Will be fully sealed inside and painted/stained on the outside. The enclosure will sit 650mm off the ground, would have it higher but I want to stack another enclosure on top at some point and don't want it to be to high. For heating I emailed Pro Herp about their Heat panels after searching through the forum and was recommended a 80w panel and I'm probably going to use a dimming Thermostat (recommendations welcome). Going to use LEDs on a timer to provide ambient lighting. will attempt a rock wall/hide/feature of some sort but I do lack artistic skill so will see how that turns out. How large should I have the hide? Going to use a 1nch or 2 layer of sand for substrate. unsure of sizing for ventilation, going to have the cool end ventilation on the top as that side will be up against a wall and on the side down low on the warm end. If it makes a difference I live in South West QLD which is dry most of the year. later down the track I plan to build a 1200x600x600 to house another scaly friend, possibly a Blue/Pink tongue skink, small monitor species or Python. This will be stacked on top. If more space becomes available ill probably make the Woma enclosure higher and opt for a taller enclosure for a Rough Scale or Carpet but all this will be thought about in depth more when I get closer to it. Thanks, Dan.