First, let me introduce myself! My name is Chris and I have been in the hobby for almost two years now, I first delved into it back in April 2016! Around that time, I was doing tons of research into the hobby, deciding on the right size of tank that would best fit a beginner as well as the mass amount of equipment that I thought I would need...it was all pretty daunting. Well, I decided that a 90 Gallon Display would best suite me so off I went to search for the right tank. Little did I realize how much some of the tanks cost, and in the end the cost of a new tank was out of my price range. Luckily I found an almost entire use setup locally that included a 90 Gallon Tank, Dry Rock, E-shoppes Sump, and a Bubble Magus Skimmer for a reasonable price so I jumped on it. And ever since then I have been addicted and have spent way too much money! Fast forward to now, I have been itching on upgrading and finding a bigger tank. I have dreamed of always having a gorgeous SPS Display like some of the members here. I have tried my hand at all kind of coral species, and recently have done quite well with Acropora and montiporas. So in December I bit the bullet and decided to upgrade. The size? I decided on a rimless starphire 160 Gallon Display roughly 72"x24"21" with a ghost overflow and I wanted a 40 Gallon Sump. I started to slowly purchase the items that I wanted to include in this build, the necessities so to speak or rather what I thought were necessities to my plan. Below are the items that I had planned on purchasing and using! 3x Radion XR30-Pro Gen4 w/ Diffusers and RMS Mount Kits (@FarmerTy pointed me to his friend who was selling his at a mind blowing price!) 2x Ecotech Vortech MP40wQD Neptune APEX Neptune ATK Neptune EB8 Energy Bar Neptune COR 20 Return Pump Trigger Triton 44 Sump Custom Lifereef SVS3-24 Skimmer Finnex Deluxe Titanium Heating Tube, 800W 2x Finnex FugeRay Planted+ for the Refugium ZenReef 20 Gal ATO Container ZenReef 3 Chamber Dosing Container Since deciding on the items I wanted, I have aquired most of them! Just paid for the Lifereef Skimmer this morning so it is on it's way, and the tank should be here in March! I will probably still use my GHL Doser for the Aquaforest Balling Method as I have had good results with it thus far in my 90. As soon as I get the tank in, I will document the building and setup process!