Well, This is my first tank move - Tank Rebuild so I will do my best to bring everyone along. I was very fortunate to purchase a great tank and sump from a local reef friend. The tank is a Great Lakes aquarium build, Rimless with about 168g water capacity. I would say with tank/sump/fug water capacity should be around 200 gallons. Listed below is most of my build equipment so far and will post new pictures as I progress. I have been in the hobby for 3 years now, my current set up is a 120g display with a 40g breeder sump and a refugium tank. My 120g set up is SPS / LPS, very nice mix of both. Equipment List for the new tank: - Great Lakes rimless tank 48x 36x22in - 3 sides low Iron glass - High volume overflow - Will run a semi bare bottom - Vertex Alpha 200 skimmer (Royal Exklusiv), Red Dragon pump - Life reef sump 48L x 13x 14in - Sump has 3x built in reactors, probe holders, dose hose holders - Jebao DCP 10000 return pump - 20g homemade Refugium with baffles - Jebao DCP4000 pump for Refugium tank - Ti 300w heater - Apex Classic via USB cable - Apex WAV 3x powerheads - Apex Temp / Salinity probes - Jebao JP-4 dose pumps - 2x Ocean revive LED - Sunbrite Metal Halide 250W 20k Radium - 36in Truelumen 453nm Blue LED - ATO tbd on configuration - 150lbs live rock My thoughts with the new tank are to set it up in the basement. I currently run my 120g display tank from the living room above to the sump/fug tanks below into the basement. The picture shown below is the tank before we broke it down in order to move it to my house for future set up.