Because I am severely lacking distractions at my office and find myself WAY too productive at work, I've decided to impair my ability to concentrate by starting an office nano! Apparently the 120 gallon at home is not enough stress for me when I'm away on business. I went with the Waterbox Cube 10 for no other reason other than I liked the size profile, price point, and that so far people seem to be pleased with their purchases. For equipment I purchased a used AI Prime HD, used Smart Wave pump controller, and a new Duetto ATO unit. The pump shown below was supplied with the Waterbox. Setup was pretty easy and straight forward. I installed the controllers/power supply under the desk, along with a 3 gallon reservoir for RO/DI. Wiring is messy, but I'll clean that up later (right. . .) One thing I did not like was the holder for the Duetto ATO. It is very poorly designed and does not do a good job of holding the round control unit. The unit itself works well though and uses a single dual sensor to determine water height. I added a spare desk support we had laying around to assist with weight distribution. You can't see the wiring mess once the file drawer cabinet was put back in place. Chance of me neatening the wiring has just been significantly reduced. I added a Hydor pump and an Eheim 50W heater that I already had in the garage. For filtration Waterbox sends a filter sponge and a bag of bio balls. I put these in my sump at home to pick up bacteria. Likely I will add to the AIO sump a couple of Marinepure cubes I keep in the 120's sump for seeding my QT tanks. I am looking to see if anyone has made a media basket for this model, but haven't found one yet. Looks pretty nice with the lights on. Don't let that clean desk fool you. . . you should see the other side! Added some salt water and have the pumps running. The supplied pump would never had been enough. I've seen where some people have changed these to a more powerful model; right now I'll just stick with the powerhead. Total setup expense to date is about $470. As far as what I'd like to do with the tank, I'll have lots of time to figure that out as I don't plan to add anything for a couple months. I would like to try zoa's and LPS this time, though. Thanks for reading! .