A bit of background- I currently have an array of jumping spiders and want to expand to tarantulas. I also currently breed dubias, wax worms/moths and hydei/melanogaster fruit flies. Since I was a small child, I would catch and observe any living thing I could. You'd probably be surprised. I'm not unfamiliar with predatory animals or venomous ones. I research, fanatically, anything that catches my interest, but one thing I am uncertain of is the specific reasoning some species of tarantulas are recommended only to experienced keepers. I have the aptitude, researched knowledge and experience maintaining the environment of a bioactive enclosure. I am equipped, cautious, vigilant and aware to expect the unexpected. Is this warning intended to protect those who don't dive into a hobby obsessively, or am I missing something? I watch videos regarding interactions with aggressive tarantulas and read their body language in the videos. I just want to make sure I fully understand because I want to order some of the more aggressive and fast tarantulas. Thanks, guys! And happy Thanksgiving tomorrow!