This is my first thread so I will already apologize for the length of it. I'll try to give all the details you need. I had a 55 freshwater tank and a friend of mine offered up his 90 gallon saltwater set up for free. So off I went. 90 gallon - long tank (63") and high (24") Eshopps RS-100 sump Aqueon 950 pumps (2) Aquatic Life Reef Edge 48" light 60 pounds of live reef sand 80+ pounds of BRS Reef Saver rock Set up October 17th. Cycled completely and then began adding fish. I have: 2 Clowns Six Line Wrasse Diamond Watchman Goby Exquisite Firefish Yellow Eye Kole Tang 3 Blue/Green Chromis Royal Gramma Fire Shrimp CUC Most recent water tests are: Ammonia - 0 Nitrite - 0 Nitrate - 5 Calcium - 460 Salinity - 1.024 PH - 8.2 I am ready to start corals and I thought my brain was getting too full with just the tank set up and fish, and then I started on the corals. I wanted some thoughts/advice on quarantine and introducing corals to the DT. My quarantine tank is a simple 10 gallon set up with HOB filter and LED light. See pictures below for the DT and a couple of corals in QT. Here are my questions: - I have Coral Rx and Bayer to use for QT. I have read a lot on each and it seems Bayer is more popular. Preferences and thoughts? - With new corals should I be removing them from rock/plug/etc. anyway to help prevent pests? I have read a lot about eggs on those items even after QT. I'm just concerned about damaging or killing the corals trying to do this. - How do I safely remove them? On the smaller coral in the picture I can easily take it off the plug but it is still attached to a small piece of rock. On the toadstool how do I safely get it off the rock? - I have read several articles and posts on QT procedures and time frames. Any thoughts on how long to QT? Thanks for any help or advice you can give.