Originally Posted by Jacktar
Boas tops it for me with pythons a close second, colubrids third. I've only owned those 3 though so I may be missing out
I have the same preference order, never had any real desire for venomous. Red tail boas are my favorite handling snake, most content to hang out with a chair or couch potato on the net or watching tv. Easier to breed too, live young, no eggs to incubate.
Pythons are beautiful, and some have awesome dispositions too, but not quite the same calm energy as boas. Never did care for bp's, but loving my carpet.
Colubrids are great for wide color/pattern variety, often easier to maintain and most often much less $ than other types.
6.4.25 Dominican red mountain boas, 0.0.1 Jungle cross carpet python, 0.0.1 IJ carpet python, 0.1 BCI, 0.1 Everglades rat snake, 1.1 thayeri kings, 1.1 Elaphe climacophora, 1.0 fire bull, 1.1 Candoia paulsoni tasmai. 1.1 Elaphe prasina