Advertisement Received the package this morning. I present to you folks Samsquanch the T. Stirmi, and John Denver the N. Coloratovillosus. Samsquanch was named because my wife and I have been watching Trailer Park Boys a lot, and that's how Bubbles says Sasquatch, which are brown and hairy like the T. Stirmi. She (hopeful thoughts!) is about 2 1/2" I think, and has found the flower pot hide in her 18 gallon long aquarium. I know glass aquariums aren't ideal for these spiders since cross ventilation is a must with the high humidity, so let it be known I have an XL adult cage from Jamie's Ts in the mail already. I also know that these aren't beginner Ts, but I've been reading non-stop about them for a good while and am confident in my knowledge about them to make sure she's comfy and able to thrive in her enclosure. Her substrate is deep without too much space between the lid, which is acrylic, and moist but not wet. She has a hide but plenty of space to explore if she needs it, and she just had her first mealworm in my care! John Denver, named because it has "colorato" in it's species name, is VASTLY smaller than I had expected. I have it in a critter keeper about 5x3 or so with a Snapple cap as a water dish, which s/he has also adopted as a burrow. I'm going to see how s/he does in there but may move her into a condiment cup. However, so far, s/he seems to be doing well. I'm up for any advice or comments, including the "wtf were you thinking with T. Stirmi as first T" stuff. Expect a lot of updates/pictures/questions in the future.