Hello! Figured this would be a good opportunity to start a build thread after reefing off and on for several years. I did the fairly typical route of reefing. Started while in college with a 10gal freshwater. Then up to a 37 gal salt, 55 gal salt. Burned out and was out of reefing until 3.5 years ago when I got the itch again. At that time I started up a 29gal biocube and I've happily kept it for the past 3.5 years. Started it up with Tampa Bay LR and it has been doing well. Personally, I think it's a success in itself that I've been able to keep from upgrading for that long. Butttttt, we all know that we can never resist the lure of an upgrade so here we are. At the beginning of the year I decided to get an Elos Diamond 120. It's actually a 90 gallon tank but 120 is the name Elos gives it. I wanted to get something that would be able to fend off the resist to upgrade for a while and I think this will do the trick. Dimensions on the tank are: 47.24" long x 22.44" wide x 19.7" tall. I like the extra width compared to the normal 90g footprint. Got the stand up (after figuring out some less than comprehensive assembly instructions) and I'm very happy with the look! Had a good friend help me get the tank on the stand. Glass and silicone work look quite nice in my opinion. Equipment list will be: Return pump: Eheim 1262 Powerheads: 2 MP40's Lighting: 2 Hydra 26 HD's with either 4 or 6 T5's. Unsure on which bulbs I will use just yet. Skimmer: Vertex Omega 150 ATO: AutoAqua AWC Sump: RS-100 Heater: 2 x Ehiem Jager TruTemp 125w Live rock: 40 lbs Tampa Bay LR from my Biocube + 40 lbs Caribsea Shapes Sand: 80 lbs Caribsea Arag Special Grade Filtration: Filter pad and 5L Siporax in sump This is going to likely be a slow build. Trying to not rush anything and put myself in a bind. Thanks for following along!