Woot! I posted a random add on craigslist and a mother of preschoolers dropped off what was supposed to be four crabs, but they had obviously had a recent death. Considering I received a 10 gallon with three forced-shell crabs and a smattering of empty shells in about an inch of cocofiber (as if they bought a disc) with some odd powdered food crusty and two sponges, no water...we're lucky. One is damaged -- feeder claw is missing his bottom hinge (not sure he can eat, we'll see...), missing a walking leg, too. The biggest was crammed in a too-small shell and changed 10 minutes after coming home. It was awesome. Huuuuuuuge abdomen and I thik he had a molt bubble. After a good bath and some honey and cuttlebone, they're chilling upstairs in their now heated and covered ten gallon. My 11-year-old is happy. He was jealous. Crabs are happy. They're no longer cold and dry. My "free" crabs only cost me another $35 in supplies in the way of another heater, plants, etc. We'll see who can live with who between the two tanks in a couple of months...we now have two fairly large and several micro/teeny to small. We may do some shifting after detox.