Hey guys, never done a build thread. I'm getting ready to start up a IM 14g peninsula nano, and I thought I would share my progress with you. I bought this tank because because I had purchased a Biota coral beauty angelfish online, not realizing exactly how small it is. I thought, "Ok, 1⅛" fish, that should be about the size of my thumb." No, it's the size of my thumb nail. She is absolutely beautiful and has bright orange and yellow sides with cobalt blue fins. The sad part is, my female clownish absolutely will not coexist with her. I had a disaster the other week and had to remove most of my rock from my 75g to catch the angel and rig up my home made fish cage/acclimation box. My clownfish had bitten a huge chunk out of the angel's tail. The good news is once within the protection of a two liter bottle with lots of holes for water flow(I have a return nozzle pointed directly at the bottle and the holes allow just enough water flow to keep fresh water inside the bottle but not now around the fish.) The angel is recovering very well and eating herbivore flakes, mysis pellets and little pieces of frozen mysis like a champ. The tail is growing back out very nicely and I expect within a few weeks it'll be completely healed. I plan on setting this tank up for an SPS dominant system. Acros, montis, stylos, pocis... It's probably going to sit as a FOWLR for a little while until I get everything I want. I'm picking up cured live rock from a LFS so the tank should be fish ready instantly. Have list: ~IM Nuvo Fusion 14 peninsula ~20lbs Fiji pink sand ~RO/DI water from my unit ~Red Sea coral pro salt ~75w Cobalt Neotherm heater(arriving Monday 5-22-17) ~IM APS stand for Nuvo 14(arriving Wednesday 5-24-17) Want list: ~Kessil A80 with spectral controller and gooseneck ~IM media basket with carbon and GFO ~IM ghost protein skimmer ATO of some sort, possibly the IM Ok enough talking, I know you want pictures. Before the great clownfish disaster. Horrible focus, but if you look at the tail fin you can see the top two thirds is missing.