I have really liked how my soft coral dominated nano tank has filled in but when compared to my SPS dominated reef tank, the soft corals lack a wide variety of color. I'm not including the wide range of colors I get from the zoanthids, I'm more concerned with the soft corals that grow into a branching or umbrella form. As the lighting ramps down for the night, the zoanthids glow in a kaleidoscope of colors but the leather corals, the nephthea corals, the xenia, anthelia and cespitularia corals fade into a mostly dull color with a few standout neon green sinularia or nephthea corals. I'm on the lookout for some other bright soft corals that could add some dynamic colors at dusk; and during the day for that matter. I would really like to find something in the red or orange color range. I have a nice Fiji Yellow Sarcophyton that looks nice during the day, but it doesn't fluoresce during the dusk photoperiod. I know that most of the chili corals (Scleronephthya sp.) come in bright color combinations, but I don't know if my nano system is right for any NPS corals. Has anyone kept any chili corals successfully long term? I think my red goniopora would look great in this tank, but it's just too big. I suppose I could pick up a small frag for this tank. At the TCMAS Spring Expo, one of the vendors had a purple gorgonian with bright yellow polyps that looked interesting. Did anyone purchase one of these? If so, did it fare well in your system? Or did it wither away? Any suggestions or opinions would be appreciated. Thanks.