I keep my AFTs the same as my leos and they seem to do 100% fine. They are in a rack with a moist hide and paper towel substrate. I mist them all (leos and fatties) when I clean but I do it more for the paper towel to lay flat than for their benefit. I mist so it dries out within 8-12 hours or so. The AFTs are a bit more nervous when handled but are easier to handle as they don't seem to move as much. They are super soft and have this "cute" growl/hiss/lunge move when they try to scare you off. Many AFTs won't take to mealworms easily as they prefer more active prey but they can usually be switched over with some patience and time. You'll need to provide crickets or roaches for them until they switch though. They are fun and different than leos! I think if you want an active gecko that will explore and be out and about a leo would be more the thing. The AFTs hide 95% of the day and are more or less pet rocks when I get them out but they are cute and endearing!