This is my re-entry into a real tank since moving in August, 2014. I still have a 10g with my clownfish and a few corals in it, but that doesn't count. I went with a 50g SCA cube. It's starfire glass on three sides, center overflow and came with a glass sump, skimmer and return pump. Several others on here have the same tank. I really like the look of it. This tank is going to be in my office, so it has to look clean and be as silent as possible. The tank and stand are already great looking (IMO), so it is a good base to build off of. I need to take some more pictures, but I have a picture of the lighting so I'll start there. Lighting I built the LED fixture for my last tank (back in 2007) and really liked it. You can see more about that here. Now that there are so many great commercial options, I decided to buy something rather than build this time around. I went with a Kessil A360W. I like how sleek it is and that is takes up such a small volume. It can also be controlled by my Reef Angel, which is a must. I did not like any of the mounting options offered by Kessil though. I think the gooseneck is distracting and I don't like seeing wires, so the hanging method was out too. After some searching, I came across a great mount from ReefLightMounts.com. It's a bit on the pricey side at $95+shipping, but decided I would bite the bullet anyway. I have to say, I'm really impressed by it. Solid construction and smooth powder coating. I also very much like the integrated cable channels to route the wires up and away cleanly and down to the sump. The other nice part is the swivel mount that the light hangs from. You can easily fine tune the positioning of the light with the twist of a knob.