My Red Sea Mesh cover arrived yesterday so I started to put it together. I don’t know who wrote and drew up the instructions but...... The only reference to a Max S Series is a small drawing picture of the completed item! So if you have an S Series don’t do the logical thing and follow the step by step instructions or you will do what I had to do and take it to pieces again whilst swearing a lot! The instructions seem to be mainly directed at Reefer Series as the kit fits different tanks. Shaun’s top tip. Study the small picture of a Max S cover. Have a look at how to make it look like that by glancing at the instructions and then ignore the rest! Anyway, I continued to put it together in daylight this morning and it’s finally finished and I have to say I am very pleased with it. I was worried it may spoil the clean and quality look of the tank and basically be an eye sore, but no it’s a very nice piece of equipment. The only potential problem, is that in the pictures online there are 2 small fittings that rest the cover onto the left and right and sides of the tank. They are supposed to be spaced 1 each side of the lighting mount. Now that can be done, but as it’s a tight fit you have to manipulate the cover into place by pushing and bending the cover and light mounts, which is never going to work for me and would drive me insane. I even recut the rear plinth a few mm shorter than stated, but it’s still tight. So my solution is to put the 2 small fittings on one side, which are shown in the pictures below, and then the cover just lifts in and out very easily without potentially damaging anything. It’s all in line and the back right hand side sits on top of the return nozzle so it’s all nice and level. To feed dry food you can just drop it through the top, and today I fed Gamma frozen cubes and also Reef Energy by just lifting the front of the cover up. I may cut a small feeding hole somewhere in the mesh but I’ll see how I get along with it first as it’s easy to lift up. Since putting it in place I feel much more relaxed now nothing can jump out, as my morning ritual involved looking on the floor for casualties! Anyway pictures, I’ve done them from different angles so you can see. Looking up from my chair you can’t see anything of the cover, and you will see the upward shot from the right hand side as well.