A confirmed male and female with written directions on how to breed them would be awesome...I would consider investing the money if there was a fairly good chance I could get another generation. : )I plan to sell this generation sooner or later, many of them anyway, I just don't know when. The other female is under again, just going to let nature do it's thing this time, not going to try what I tried earlier. So she is probably either ready to molt or about to lay eggs again. Then I would sell many of these I already have because they are bigger and easier for people to take care of. They are at a more interesting size, easier to feed and see you know. Also, by Fall, or maybe even now, I might be able to sex them out and sell people a pair if they want one. Or sell only a male or only a female. It could be that the males tend to get bigger since the females appear to get eaten by the offspring, not lasting long in that sense. I don't know, maybe I shouldn't even go there and speculate but I had 3 males and 2 females, the males were/are a little bigger than the females over here. Not enough in numbers to conclude a trend there though, that's for sure. Both females did have shorter antennae than the males too, don't know if that's a trend either but maybe something to keep in mind. But hey man!, these ARE pretty cool, best pede I've had, it's how big they are that is interesting to me but I know that's not everybody's interest. I wonder what they taste like if you fried one up. It looks like they would make 6 or 7 good bites, ...a little rice and gravy, might make a meal lol. I think I will make a vid of their defensive behavior, they sometimes take a stance like Heterometrus scorpions do.