I upgraded my tank from a 90g reef ready tank to a custom drilled 120g tank on February 8th. Tank: Aqueon 120g (4'x2'x2') with holes drilled on the right side for a 16" Modular Marine overflow and a hole on the back for a return line. Stand: A friend made a very sturdy and basic wooden stand for me. No frills, just needed something to hold the tank. I painted it black. Sump: I reused my Eshops R-200 Sump which has compartments for a filter sock, return pump, skimmer, and refugium. I have the sump placed on a stand next to the tank to make access and plumbing easier. I hope that having the sump elevated will make it easier to do maintenance like changing the filter socks, cleaning the pump and skimmer, and just overall husbandry. I hated having to crouch down and reach under my previous tank in a cramped stand to access everything. I don't have a light for the refugium yet but that will probably be my next purchase. Lighting: 1x Kessil AP700, mounted using the A-series mounting arms at their max height, about 17" above the top of the tank. Currently maxing out at 55% intensity for 8 hours, entirely on the bluest setting for right now (Feb 2018) Heaters: 2x Cobalt Neotherm 200w heaters Skimmer: Reef Octopus 152-s Return Pump: Sicce Syncra Silent 5.0 Flow: Icecap Gyre 3k + 1 Koralia 3rd Gen 2400gph (still a work in progress Feb 2018) Rock: About 100lbs total, 40lbs Caribsea South Seas Shelf Rock (right side) and 60lbs Caribsea Life Rock (mix of regular, shelf, and branch) left side Salt: Seachem VibrantSea (Feb 2018) Auto top off: Tunze Osmolator Livestock (Feb 2018): Fish: 1x Earmuff Wrasse (Muffins), Exotic Reef Creations, 2/2017 1x Hooded Fairy Wrasse (Sherbert) LFS, 4/2017 1x Crescent Tail Fairy Wrasse (Cresselia), LFS 10/2017 2x Yellowhead Jawfish, KP Aquatics, 5/2017 2x Cinammon Clownfish, LFS, 5/2017 Corals: 2 Blastomussa sp. Orange (LFS Jan 2017 Green (LFS May 2017) Corky Sea Finger (KP Aquatics 5/2017) Purple Sea Whip (KP Aquatics 5/2017) Yellow Sea Whip (KP Aquatics 5/2017) Utter Chaos Zoanthid, 4 polyps - Feb 2018 (frag swap C-Sea 10/2017) Unknown Zoanthid, ~20 polyps - Feb 2018 (LFS 2017) 2 Torches Green Torch (Friend 3/2017) "Medusa" Torch (AquaSD 5/2017) 1 Splatter Hammer (LFS Dec 2017) 3 Chalices Green Chalice (LFS 3/2017) Pastel Rainbow Chalice (LFS 1/2018) Dark Pink Chalice (frag swap C-Sea 10/2017) 10 different Mircromussa lordhoweinsis Orange (originally yellow) 2 heads - Feb 2018 (LFS Feb 2017) Dark red w/ green stripes (LFS Jan 2017) Rainbow orange (LFS May 2017) Rainbow purple/orange (frag swap c-sea 10/2017) Green w/ orange stripes (frag swap c-sea 10/2017) Dark brown and green specks (frag swap c-sea 10/2017) Pink yellow and green (frag swap c-sea 10/2017) Dark yellow and maroon, green specks (frag swap c-sea 10/2017) Rainbow orange (WWC Nov 2017) Rainbow blue (WWC Nov 2017) 1 Green Toadstool Leather (LFS 4/2017) 1 Mint Favia (LFS 5/2017) 1 Mia's Pot of Gold Favia, supposedly (frag swap c-sea 10/2017) 1 Fascination favia or at least close enough (frag swap c-sea 10/2017) 1 Rainbow platygyra (WWC 12/2017) 1 Green platygyra (LFS 12/2017) 1 Pink Goniopora (WWC 12/2017) 1 Branching Cyphastrea (Reef2reef Member, 9/2017) 4 Florida Ricordia orange and blue (Reef2reef Member 9/2017) Blue w/ green mouth (Reef2reef Member 9/2017) 2 orange rainbow (frag swap C-Sea 10/2017) 1 Peppermint Mushroom (WWC Nov 2017) 1 Sun Coral (frag swap C-Sea 10/2017) Inverts: 1 Fighting Conch 1 Skunk Cleaner Shrimp (Shrimpo) A handful of Turbo, Trochus, and Nassarius Snails 1 Scarlet Hermit Crab 1 Red emerald crab 1 red/white feather duster I will post updates in this thread any time anything exciting happens or when I want to share something. Pictures coming soon, once the dust has settled and everything is ready to be photographed. Future plans for the tank include getting the refugium online, attending a frag swap and pickup up a few things later this month, and adding more fish over the next few months. I also am trying to get better about maintenance and dosing, I'm rather inconsistent with it and I can tell the livestock is starting to suffer. Hopefully with the new tank I can get a fresh start.