Hi DIYers, I'm working on a hatchling enclosure for a hatchling we plan on getting this season (female 100% Het for Albino Darwin, so excited!), and I've run into a snag. In Sketchup I planned to have sliding glass doors, although the length of the enclosure may complicate the issue as the doors can only be opened a little less than halfway or 114mm. Would it be better to have an outwards opening door (either one or two, like a pantry cupboard) or keep with the plan of sliding glass doors? If an opening door is a more suitable option, how do I go about mounting it? I'll be using glass either way. Enclosure dimensions 300mm wide x 400mm high x 200mm deep - legal size until she reaches 100cm. Sketchup plans for visiual reference to sliding doors; no measurements for the glass here, other than 326mm high (which will actually be a couple of mm shorter, otherwise I'd never get the glass in). Guestimate on width of each pane of glass is 154mm - half of the interior would be 134mm. Visual reference of enclosure 'skeleton' - I haven't screwed it together yet. I'm yet to get the top and bottom lip cut, Bunnings couldn't cut to the size I wanted (34mm :lol. Another question, I'll be using a heated tile as a basking spot - providing belly heat. Would a heat cord or a heating element be better suited to my needs? Min heat cord length I've been able to find is 3m, gross overkill but it is the cheaper option. If the heating element is a better option, excluding price - I'll be getting an electrician to set it up. The shelf is 120mm x 120mm. Would lighting the interior for viewing using a mounted LED Strip light be the best option? I can't think of any other lighting option that won't dominate the enclosure. Sorry for all the questions, my experience with building things is limited to a partially completed BTS enclosure (going to finish it before Christmas, hopefully!). :?