I've already been over the fact that I shouldn't have let my son start with this type of tarantula but it is what it is. We moved her out of a 40 gallon tank with sprayers, heat lamp etc. into a 15 qt. plastic container with coco fiber, vermiculite, and sphagnum moss as substrate. Wetted till it's moldable but not dripping wet. we have cross ventilation and she has a portion of clay pot to hide under. My issues are these: 1) he wanted to put a heated pad under the container because he was certain that she was too cold (she's in a basement room that is usually 65 to 70 degrees. Closer to 70 most of the time). She ended up on top of the clay pot in her enclosure and I think it's because it's too warm!! ?? I made him unplug it but would appreciate some confirmation. 2) There's not a whole lot of space for a deep substrate. Isn't that bad? She's a juvenile but I think she's huge. Not sure if it's okay. 3) Her enclosure is on my son's computer desk. It seems like the movement would be stressful for her. He's a gamer and always on the computer hitting keys hard, slamming his chair into the desk, etc. Is that bad for her? 4) HOW ON EARTH are you supposed to lift the lid to feed her, add water etc. without getting hurt??? Or having her shoot out of the container? Or spray hairs all over? His original tank for her felt much safer, this is way up close. I wanted to sell her and have him start over but he's adamant to figure it out.?? Thoughts from those who know better than I?? Thank you in advance for your time! It's greatly appreciated!