Re: Feeding sizes...
I think this question is subjective to the species. I have a woma that will eat smaller meals more frequently in the wild. they have very fast metabolisms, and it is better for their overall health in captivity to eat more frequently, and smaller meals, than larger meals less frequently. My retics will eat comparative size meals more frequently than my boas will eat, because again, faster metabolisms and their general nutritional health requirements.
Although there is a general consensus that eating larger meals less frequently is preferable to most species, this is not a blanket response to all species. some can actually have metabolic issues when fed less frequently, or larger meals. While others, if fed more frequently, even with small meals, will have digestive issues. Knowing the species you were gaining information for would be helpful in answering this question.
2.4 BCIs, 1.1 BCAs, 1.1 tiger retics, 0.1 Burm, 0.1 Woma, 0.1 Columbian rainbow boa
But if anyone asks, I only have 1. The rest just showed up for the house party.