I feed my VFT's small crickets a few times each season, and went to our resident herp and exotics shop yesterday to pick up a dozen or so when I got... distracted. They had expanded their bug section quite a lot since last I had been there, and I was too weak to resist.
Meet my new Acanthogonatus francki, a smallish tarantula-like mygalomorph spider from the family Nemesiidae. This has proven a very cooperative photographic subject... my G. rosea perhaps excepted, I've never had another spider that seemed to care so little about a camera invading its personal space. Neat little beast, and with very modest space requirements (even this adult is only a little more than 2.5" big - great given the limits of my 700 sq. foot apartment). Wouldn't mind having a dozen or so more, but one will have to suffice for now.
Oh, and yes. The crickets were bought as well.