Well..I guess I’ll just have to respectfully disagree, Tom. Again...I believe that humidity is the cause of pyramiding but that the faster a tort grows with improper humidity...the faster the pyramiding will occur. I believe that pyramiding is caused by too low humidity but a tort “growing” with too low humidity is when pyramiding occurs. With the faster a tort grows...the faster the effect appears...and the longer a tort is kept with improper humidity the more ongoing or pronounced the pyramiding will become. Maybe what you are saying is a tort “growing” in improper humidity has no affect on pyramiding...well I just can’t see it that way. I also believe that even though you can’t reverse pyramiding...you can stop it from getting worse by correcting husbandry issues. But a interesting discussion none the less.No. Not really. You said: "...heavy feeding or higher protein diets will exacerbate or quicken the pyramiding caused by improper humidity." That's not correct. Heavy feeding and higher protein does not exacerbate or quicken the pyramiding. Heavy feeding (Which I'm not sure what you mean by that...) and a higher protein diet can increase the growth rate. You seem to be equating growth rate and pyramiding, and they are two different and distinct things. Its an important distinction, because so many people still mistakenly believe that food causes pyramiding.