I bought this setup yesterday (http://www.tcmas.org/forums/showthread.php?t=48853) Sadly the tank cooked at 95 degrees for 2 day before I got it and things didn't look to good. The hammerhead/plated coral no longer exist... I moved the fish and the anem to my 4g pico. The nem is still puking up semi digested coral flesh, it looked rough yesterday (like someone squirted atapsia-x on it) but I am a bit more hopeful today. I'm using a small pipette to blow water on it to help push away the nasty. The fish seem to be doing OK, but the shrimp wont move from its spot. Cardinal wont eat yet. I am trying to nurse the zoas/palps in the original tank. I scrubbed hard on everything and siphoned out as much organics as possible. One head... out of several hundred has opened. 20 or so have disintegrated. As long as they are closed tight should I assume they have a chance to pull through? I'm doing a 10% water change every couple hours. Over night both tanks climbed to .25-.45 ppm ammonia (nitrates/ites = 0). Running to pick up some ammonia lock and will keep changing water. I doubt more than half the zoas can pull through and am waiting to see how they do today with the intention of fragging off what looks savable. Any thoughts on when to cut my losses?