I’m currently stocking up for a new tank build my wife was gracious enough to give me the green light on...right after I gave her the green light on retiling the floors. Lol. Anyway, the new tank is a 6ft 240g that I plan on running dual synergy reef Shadow overflows on for adequate surface skimming and turnover. Additionally, I’ve already purchased the CL-44 in Red Mercury (along with the ATO Reservoir...couldn’t help myself), so I really want to use the sump as intended with only 3 drain lines. It’s a beautiful sump and I would hate to have 6 drain lines dirtying it up. My plan is to connect all 6 corresponding drain lines at Y’s somewhere between the overflow boxes and the sump itself. I spoke with Rick over at Synergy Reef and he said that was fine so long as I have a gate valve on each primary line before connecting them at a Y so I can dial each box in. My concern is hard plumbing 6 1.5” lines together and the room it would require to do so. I live in FL so basement sumps are out of the question. This all has to happen between the span of a 31” tall tank and a 36” tall stand. Has anyone had success doing this? I can’t for the life of me find pictures or a video of someone else having the same setup to use as a reference or simply peace of mind that this has been done before. Any help or advise would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance and happy holidays!