Hey there Postman.
I was just wondering if you're still breeding those chameleons? If so, I would be interested in buying one or two. I dont even know if you sell them, but if you do let me know.
I don't breed them anymore myself, but could point you in the direction of a few reputable captive breeders if your interested? If your going to get one it would be a huge pluss purchasing a captive born, rather then one collected from the wild as they will most likely have parasites, and naturally once taken from the wild and caged they stress a lot more from the start, and are harder to get acclimated to captive care.
Chams are not the easiest reptile to keep though. They are solitary reptiles until breeding season, so they do not do well in pairs. Males usually dominating females other smaller males to the point of death. They stress out easy, and would rather be left alone, then handled frequintly. Hook them up with a nice natural corner vivarium feed/mist them daily and leave them alone for the most part. Basically a very beautiful, and interesting reptile to observe, but not much of a "pet" in the sense that they'd like human contact.
If your looking to handle, and have more of a "pet reptile" the Bearded Dragons are number 1 on that list of pet reptiles. They come in a wild assortment of colors like the chams, and once acclimated to their home cages, they seem to actually enjoy, or rather are tollerent of contact, and handling out of the cage. All that's available in the states have been born, and bred here, so your less likely to run into the problems of getting them acclimated to captive care like some wild collected chams.
If you have any further questions or asnything please PM. I'd like to keep off topic posts to the journal to a minimal, as it is getting incredibly looonnng, and hard to navigate to find info as it's needed.