Hey all, I'm making a really crude biltong box out of cardboard. If it works out and I like the results I'll make a much bigger biltong cabinet out of wood. I've basically finished my crappy cardboard box. It is about 2.5' tall and 1.5' wide & deep. It has two large vents at the bottom where the air will come in and a single vent on the top that exhausts the air with the use of a 12v computer fan. I decided NOT to use a lightbulb for this prototype because our apartment is quite warm and dry (~50-55% humidity, ~40-45% humidity when I put the dehumidifier on), and I just didn't really want to complicate things. NOTE: Next year I won't be in such a dry apartment and will likely be dealing with ~75-85% humidity. This is what I will be building the wooden cabinet for. So my questions are: 1) What is the ideal temperature and humidity range for making biltong? 2) Is it ok to do this without the lightbulb? 3) When I make the bigger cabinet should I have: a: Just a fan, b: Just a lightbulb, c: both fan & lightbulb? 4) Whats your biltong chamber look like? I'd love it if you could post a photo. Do you make biltong in some other kind of curing chamber? Please post details. Thanks.