Spot on :notworthy:theres no reason to mist him as he doesnt require high humidity i would just put his water dish directly under his spot bulb in the viv this will evaporate the water creating a slightly humid environment anyway. I would try to avoid handling him too much at first as he could be stressed and snakes can be put off feeding if there stressed?
Anyway boas as a rule are docile snakes and tolerate being handled but it is still a snake at the end of the day and they will bite! i have a larger than normal collection and even boa's i think are tame still strike out and bite. there animals and they can all have there good and bad days. the learning process to avoid being bitten will start for you especially around feeding time. you need to be careful when food is present as even the tamest snake in the world turns in to a monster when food is about. also you need to look at his body language and this will tell you what kind of mood he is in and whether you should be handling him or not.
Nice Boa dude.i went down to an rspca centre on monday and doing my bit for a charity i got a 3ft boa he is a very docile snake and loves being held :2thumb:s