Hey some questions for the hopefully more exp owners. I'm planning on purchasing a baby red iguana in the next week or so, and I'm looking for some suggestions on an enclosure. i realize they get very big and need lots of room (a main reason im getting an iguana. i like the idea of a bigger and more dynamic pet but dont want a dog.), so im going to go big right off the hop, instead of upgrading later. ive narrowed my options down to two choices, and I'd like some feedback - a "collapsable"? mesh enclosure. size wise its 100 gallons. this is sold at the store ill be purchasing from. i like this idea because its supposed to be easy to transport if i move, or other reasons. - build my own from scratch using wire mesh and plywood. this option gives me a touch more custom options, but is more time consuming and probally more work then im prepared for, since i don't do alot of carpentry although i am competant at it. what kind of supplies will i need to start off with? im pretty sure ill need a substrate of some kind (not sure what), a heating lamp, a UVB/UVA lamp water dish and some climbing / basking decorations... anything else? food wise im planning on just adding to our normal grocery run with bags of spinach and other veggies and maybe some fruit for treats. what about supplemental pellets or vitamins? otherwise, any suggestions on taming it and otherwise socializing it into the family? i have 2 young children age 5 and 2, who will be curious about it. pretty much a given to not let the 2yr old around, but my 5yr old is very good with animals so far, but this would be our first real pet aside from a pair of aquariums. any feedback and help is greatly apreciated!