With a house meeting scheduled for next weekend, here's a quick FTS taken while starting my water change; hence the low water level. I spent some time these past couple of weeks placing the new rocks and finding new homes for many of the SPS frags; went through quite a few tubes of gel superglue! For the most part, most things are doing quite well. I've been battling a slowly climbing alkalinity level ever since I removed the large montipora colonies. Just when it seems stable out, it climbs again. The devastation of these alkalinity swings has been limited this time to the green Tenuis colony; about half of it has RTN'ed. The rest of the corals are doing great; especially the PC Rainbow frag! And speaking of rainbows... a new Rainbow Montipora frag that has colored up nicely. Earlier this weekend, I moved my nano tank into its upgraded 32gal tank. In doing so, I rehomed the One Spot Foxface and the Bangaii Cardinalfish into the 120gal. Both fish are doing well in the much bigger tank. The only aggression that I see is that the Flameback Angelfish doesn't much care for the foxface poking his nose into its business. And with it being Father's Day and all, the Percula Clownfish are currently laying another clutch of eggs as I write this. I'll try to get more updated photos of the tank and inhabitants this week prior to the house meeting.