Hi everybody, I want to start off by saying thank you to all you members for the knowledge I’ve gained from utilizing this forum the past few months while getting my tank up and running. Now, on to my tank! I have a Biocube (32 gallon) that’s been set up since the end of October. I have around 20-25lbs of Real Reef Rock, 20lbs of live sand, minus the bit of sand that’s been removed during cleaning to clear up the red and green slime building up on the sand. Here’s a list of changes/upgrades I’ve made: - Removed the hood due to high temp and condensation - Added a 1/4” clear nylon net top - Current USA Marine LED’s and upgrading to the Current USA IC LED’s for the added power and colors. The LOOP system is a bonus I’ve yet to decide if I’ll utilize. - Hydor Aqamai wave maker. It’s a beast for how small it is and WiFi is a nice feature and so are the presets in the app. - Hydor Koralia 3rd gen (1350gph) - InTank media basket (running carbon/ammonia removing blend, seachems matrix rocks, purigen, floss and sponge and waiting for seachems seagel to arrive) - Coralife UV filter V2 5watt (first bulb burned out after a day and Coralife is sending a free replacement) - Coralife protein skimmer (not my favorite but it works) - Heater That’s about all the equipment I’ve added so far. If anyone has any recommendations or advice on the best placement of the wave makers I’d appreciate that. I’m trying to stop the red/green/blue bacteria from building up on the sands surface and hoping moving the WM’s will make a difference. I’m also considering adding a small conch or two to help with the sifting and detritus. My stock list is as follows: - Pair of “designer” snowflake clowns - Fire goby - Scooter blenny (eats frozen brine shrimp until I get my refugium with pods set up in the second chamber) - Six line wrasse - 2x Mexican turbo snails - 2x Astrea snails - Emerald crab - Pom pom crab (his 1 anemone fell off, waiting to get 2 more) - Leather finger coral - Hammer coral - A way too big toadstool that I’m trying to place And that’s my tank summed up! I’ll attach a few pictures. I’ve learned so much these past few months and am happy to finally be a member here. I have tons of questions still so keep an eye out for some newb questions to come Until next time - Happy Reefing!