Hi everyone. The idea of a coral library has come up a few times with my own club members, and I'm trying to do a little discovery. Here’s he basic premise as I imagine it; the club buys coral frags and as they grow they’re fragged and disseminated to members. A list of species is maintained, along with a sequential list of requests for each. A proprietor of the systems reports on growth, shares photo’s, and cuts frags when appropriate to be disseminated according to the list. If your club has a library, maybe you can help with these questions: 1. Is it better that the club buy a dedicated system, easily relocated if need be, or, to choose a members system to house the library, which might result in better growth and less risk? 2. For any given single piece, easy enough to randomly list those requesting a frag, but would one need to weight the request list for multiple pieces? For example, if you were number one on a list for something, could/should you be number one on a list for something else? 3. In general, I wonder what the challenges are with club coral libraries. What are they?