So I took my dive into salt water (had fresh water for years) about 6 months ago. I bought a used 34 gallon red sea 130d. I put it all together and realized the light that came with was broken. Not knowing any better I ordered a light I though would work, and that was the start of headaches. I wont get into all of it, but after upgrading lights again it still wasn't enough. I was fixing to add more lighting when I basically said forget it, I'm going bigger. Besides the lights, I had skimmer headaches and the serious lack of expansion headaches that come from an all in one tank. Please understand I am not knocking all in one aquariums. I have seen some stunning all in one nano tanks. For me though, I don't like it. So I began perusing the for sale pages and came across a planet aquarium 90 gallon. The owner bought as a impulse buy and had never done anything with it. So its still dry and brand new with a good price. So here comes my upgrade. I will warn you that it won't be the fastest build but I will be updating every chance I get. Below is the old and the new tank. Will try to keep these updated Equipment list: 90 Gallon Planet Aquarium center drilled rs-200 eshopps sump Eshopps 2-120 skimmer 2) maxspect gyre pump 2) maxspect etheral lights BRS reactor with rox 08 carbon Amazon UFO refugium light Apex classic controller Varios 4 return pump BRS dosing pump for two part using EB4 75 lbs of marcos rock Fish Stocking list: Fox face LO Scoppis tang Lawnmower Blenny 2) frostbite clowns melanarus wrasse leopard wrasse Dwarf Golden Eel Cardinal Inverts Sea cucumber 4) emerald crabs 2) rock flowers 1) BTA Random snails Random hermit crabs.