I currently have an 80g (48x24x16 I believe) tank in my home office. It is sitting on an overbuilt steel stand that can accept up to a 72x24" tank. Unfortunately, in order to do maintenance on my tank all water has to be carried in AND out. Because of this, my water chemistry fluctuates more than I would like and things aren't as stable as they should be. Fast forward a bit and I started kicking around the idea of going back to freshwater (!!). Spoke to the wife and explained why. Much to my surprise, shock, and amazement she not only said "NO!", she gave me permission to set up the tank in our main living area. This would put the tank directly over my mechanical room, allowing me to plumb it to the basement and be able to handle all the maintenance from there -- no more hauling water!! However, after looking at things it became evident that my current tank just does not cut it. So, I guess it is time to plan out an upgrade, woohoo! Right now I'm looking at a 180g tank, though I really wish I could find a 125 WIDE... I prefer shallower tanks as they are easier to reach in for maintenance, etc. Of course with this much good news some bad has to come. I have a pretty tight budget so it'll be interesting to see what I end up with. This is definitely going to be a journey... I also suspect it is going to be a whole lot of hurry up and wait as I slowly amass everything I need to pull this off.