He was drinking for several minutes prior but is still a little bit camera shy. That has improved greatly since his last molt. I'll probably have to rehouse him soon. The most important thing about the new enclosure is that the old one fits inside. This goes to show you that even with a dry spider, you need to use a water dish. I check mine twice daily. The little guy (strongly suspect male) just got a roach yesterday & is now hanging out in plain sight almost 50% of the time. Hopefully as he grows, he'll become a wonderful display spider. You just gotta get one of these. As a sling, they make a great 2nd terrestrial. Just have good containment worked out when unpacking and rehousing prior to it's arrival. It's a skittish high strung spider that will run for cover when you open the enclosure. A good hiding place to run is a must. They grow quite fast when kept at 80-82 degrees and prefer to eat twice or 3 times a week depending on the size of the feeder used, another words either 2 Dubai roaches or 3 crickets per week.