With all my spiders, I worry about their getting enough food...with all except my Curly Hair. I purchased her from a local pet shop when some college kid's land lord found spidey after kid had flown the coop. I should have named her Scarlet O'Hara, because I swear her previous deprivation must driven her to shake her pedipalp in the air and swear, "As God as my witness, I will never go hungry again!!!!!" She is truely a monstrosity. Her abdomen is as big as a golf ball. I swear! I have her in a 1/4 tank where it is impossible for her to do ANY climbing. I Love her to death. I'm gonna' back of the midnight snacks a bit, though
I would hate for it to get too large. As said above you take the chance of injury if it's a terestrial and it likes to climb. Looking at that one, if it were me I would let it go a week or so before feeding it again. I know you've heard that you can't feed a sling too much, but I'd say yours is doing just fine for now.