Advertisement I've had a Grammostola pulchra and pulchripes for over 3 years, and am much more comfortable with them now and I'm ready for more. (Initially, I was a little nervous about having a T for a pet, so I started with little slings.) After much research, I ordered 4 slings, which arrive tomorrow. My new babies: B. boehemi B. albopilosum N. tripepii P. sazimai I find all of these species to be quite beautiful in their own way. I'm sure that some people would roll their eyes and find them boring, but NW terrestrials are a good fit for me. I'm aware that the P. sazimai and N. tripepii are likely to be faster and more fiesty than the Grammostolas I'm used to, so I'll be especially careful until I have more experience with them. The only kind of more difficult T that I'm tempted by is P. irminia, but everything I've read makes it look like a giant leap in speed and aggressiveness that I'm not ready to take on.