I'm planning on getting a Red Sea Reefer 350 (a 73-gallon, 4-foot-long tank) in about a month or so, and I'm nearly ready, but I'm still trying to figure out which fish I will get. This will be my first saltwater tank. Note that I may get the Reefer 450 if I don't get any coral (the decision depends on whether I get coral because of the cost of an expensive light for growing coral, and if you make the tank bigger, the cost adds up more.) I've spoken to my family and they seem to prefer more fish and less coral, compared to more coral and fewer fish, so even though I was looking at a reef full of hard coral and small, reef-safe fish, I'm now rethinking it. If I'm going to focus on fish rather than coral, I'm really interested in some butterflyfish and small angelfish, because I wouldn't get either of those in a tank that is focused around the coral. However, if possible, I would like to fit some coral into the tank. Which brings us to the reason I'm posting this thread: to find out whether there is any type of coral that is generally avoided by "reef-safe-with-caution" fish, OR if there are butterflyfish/dwarf angelfish species that are typically less likely to destroy coral. On the topic of coral: I don't want zoanthids, palys, or mushrooms, and I don't want any coral like Xenia that is going to spread EVERYWHERE. I really like Montipora, Euphyllia, and neon-green nephthea, so I'm hoping these corals don't often get eaten. If anyone can tell me whether it's too risky to mix certain butterflyfish/dwarf angels with coral, it'd be appreciated, thanks.