Well I am a bit late to the party but I'll ante in.
I have kept both rusty reds and lobsters.
I got rid of the rusty reds, entirely to spastic and funky smelling.
I have a thriving colony of lobsters now and they are a cake walk. My wife was worried about their being climbers but I keep mine in basically the same way Rattler keeps his dubia (the only exception being I have a heat cable threaded into my tub to keep them breeding at a higher rate) and I have never had any escapees. Heck they never even climb anyways. Size wise they get about half again as large as a cricket and have a lot more "meat" to them than crickets do. They breed fast and can keep it up down to 50F (though at a much slower rate.) I was pleasantly surprised that they are also pretty cold proof on the short term, when I moved up here I left the colony in the car and it dropped to 17F that night, only lost about 30 of the individuals, the rest went right back to it after warming up. I feed them acorn squash and dog foor for the most but readily toss in any other stuff from the kitchen, veggie scraps, cheese, even the occasional meat scrap (and on the rare occasion that the GBK does not eat I throw in the pinky rat.)