Sharon, once you get it all down it's not too hard. You just have to make sure the temps and humidity are right, which can be a pain, and make sure they have safe (or fake) plants. When your setup it ok, it's fine. She does need to be misted at least once a day, preferably twice, so leaving her alone might be tough. Thankfully I haven't had any problems with her health. Oh, and then there's keeping the crickets, that's a whole different story, LOL.
Jennifer, That WOULD be nice! Sure make things alot more easy!