Looking to have a custom tank made for our dining room. It's open to the living room and has these window cutouts on each side where there's a small wall. This will sit in front of that wall so the tank with be visible from 3 side but only half of the tank will be visible from the back through this window. Original plan was internal overflow with an acrylic wall with teeth cut on the table saw. This is the placement of holes on the bottom left that I'm working with so far for the drains and returns. Should I be going closer or further from the due of the glass? I'm really trying to maximize my internal volume here and it almost feels like I'd have more tabk in the end if I just cut it from 58" to 54" and used a normal overflow box and just squeezed some plumbing in to the left of the tank and made something come up on the left side of the stand to hide the plumbing.