Ok, as for the introduction. Hi I'm Josh from Tampa FL. I'm skilled in a few useful trades and great with reptiles. I have a unique business idea that I thought you guys could critique. As a kicker rich businessmen like yourselves are who I would be marketing to, so you can tell me what you think on that level as well. The summary of my business idea is I put a beautiful chameleon in someones office and they pay me for setup and weekly maintenance. Let me get more into detail. I would design a chameleon enclosure out of high end wood to match their office. I would then landscape it with living plants and put a male chameleon in it. I will have an automatic mister on a timer, as misting a couple times a day is crucial as chameleons don't drink from a bowl. I would also include all of the lighting the chameleon needs to survive, that would be on a timer as well. Chameleon cages are huge, but more tall. It wouldn't be so huge it's intrusive like a lot of saltwater fishtanks are. I would have to charge between $1000-$1500 for the initial setup. I would have to maintain it once a week. This would include filling the mister, cleaning the enclosure, taking care of the chameleons veterinary needs, and setting up food for the week. The bottom part of the enclosure is where I would keep the food (bugs) in separate disposable containers. I would set it up in a way where they would live until they're fed to the chameleon. This way the customer would never have to touch bugs, all they do is open the container and empty it into the chameleons enclosure. This service would cost $50 a week. The chameleon owners responsibilities would be to empty food into it's tank and water the live plants every day. That's it. I would do the rest. I've got keeping the chameleon alive figured out. Not going to go into that too much, as this is a business advice forum and you guys probably don't care about that element. I suppose mainly I will be competing with the saltwater fish tank maintenance business. So how does this idea sound?