That's a pretty fancy hood, and really, its not even as good as a basic screen lid. There's hardly any ventillation with that hood. A screen lid is best, but the screen must have gaps wider than 1/8th inches. You also don't want basking lights over the whole tank, just over the basking area. A self-ballasted mercury vapor bulb would be best, as it produces both the essential UVB rays, and also heat, so you don't need 2 bulbs. Plus fluorescent UVB lights need to be closer than 10 inches from the turtle to work. I cann't tell in the picture, but the hood you're looking at cannot have anything between the lights and the tank. If there's glass, plexiglass, or plastic between the lights and the tank, that hood is completely worthless for reptiles. UVB cannot pass through those substances.