I have been happily lurking for several weeks, so I figured I should introduce myself.
A little about me: Previously (~15 years ago), I had a pair of jungle carpet pythons, and one of the few captive bred scrub pythons available at the time. I think the things that drew me to Indo-Australian pythons then are the same things drawing me to darts today: the impressive number of species, and the remarkable amount of locality variation within certain species. To that end, I love that the dart frog community is so dedicated to preserving the many locality lineages encountered among various species.
A little about my plans: To start, I have picked up a 20 gallon high aquarium that I plan to use as a low-stakes practice viv to get my first exposure to creating a background, arranging plants, etc. I would like to convert it to a vert, but I'm not sure there are many entry-level frogs that would do well in that configuration. A pair of leucs, maybe? If that build goes reasonably well, I would like to build my own euro style vivariums from scratch going forward. My goal, like many of you, is to create vivariums that are ideally-suited to their occupants, naturalistic, aesthetically pleasing, and uncomplicated to maintain.
It has been fun lurking around. Right now I feel like I'm learning something invaluable practically every day. Hopefully, in time, I will have things to share that are as useful and enjoyable as everything I have read thus far!
Looking forward to all the learning still to come,