Hello everyone. I'm returning to the hobby after having sold almost everything to try to save up to do things a little better this go-around. I settled on an 80g deep blue professional tank I bought from a gentleman in Osseo and started out that way. I have always liked the shallower tanks as it is easier to work on and I enjoy looking down on the corals/fish. I ordered an IceCap 36 sump, which looked to be about perfect for this setup. Unfortunately, when the sump came I could not fit it in the stand that came with the tank. I went back online looking for a better alternative and happened to stumble on a nice steel one from one of the TCMAS Directors (I think that is what he said he was?). Fast forward to now and I have a tank set up I'm actually enjoying again. Here is a FTS, though it isn't a lot to look at yet, mostly bare rock... Equipment: 80g Deep Blue Professional (48x24x16) IceCap 36 sump Orphek Atlantik LED lights Vertex Omega 130 skimmer Reef Octopus Varios-6 return 2 x Jebao RW-8 powerheads Aquafuge2 HOB refugium (medium) w/light Fish: Gold head goby Lawnmower blenny 5 green/blue chromis blue hippo tang (very small) 2 blood orange percula clownfish "blue" mandarin -- refugium is set up specifically to breed food for this little guy Corals: Green star polyps Small zoa colony - unknown type Green hammer coral frag Small leather coral frag As you can see, still pretty scarce in the coral department. I'm hoping to change that, but mostly with a few zoa islands, some other softies and a couple LPS. I live over in WI so getting over to the Twin Cities is something that doesn't happen too often. I finally decided to bite the bullet and pay for an account so I could be more involved here and hopefully find some frags to add to my collection. All in all, looking forward to it all.