Advertisement update on my experience with Gorgyrella. It is definitely more active than most folks make them out to be. Maybe 15 minutes post feeding #2 I decided I'd peak in the door (slightly left open to my surprise) and see what was going on - kinda against my way of leaving things completely be but curiosity got the best of me. I expected to see a stationary spider, holding it's cricket. Instead, it seemed to rush to the door to attempt closing it. Now I know it was no harm, as I was using a long, thin skewer to lightly lift the lid, but it scared the HELL out of me. The area around the lid seems to be pretty manicured, and a bit pitfall-like. Do they leave the tunnel to manicure the surrounding area, atleast partially? To me it looks as though the spider has left small indentations in a circle about an inch and a half to two inches diameter, almost like it was tapping around in a circle with it's front legs. I will post photographs. The process of capture was actually pretty menacing... the cricket wasn't quite snatched from life in the blink of an eye, but more of dragged into the depths of death. I am sure this depends on the orientation of the cricket to the spider's tunnel.