no, that's the one thing is they don't cure it, you gotta do that, but I could help you with it. It's not too much of a hassle, I got my rock curing in the garage right now. In fact, if you were interested, after my rock is done, which is not too much longer, if you wanted to, I could just throw it in the curing tank I have set up. It's got a powerhouse skimmer on it and its a 90G tank with LOTS of water movement, about 3500Gph which is awesome for curing LR
I was very impressed with the rock i got from them. I have very nice colors of coraline algaes on my rock and I have noticed a feather duster and star fish from the rubble i put in my refugium already.
I bought most of my stuff from J&L, which was in person at the store when I lived in Van. But I have bought twice online from them since being in CR. Delivery is fast, low shipping fees and I just called them with my visa # and sent them emails with the stuff I wanted. Their stuff is more than 2 times cheaper for the EXACT same stuff that big al's has. My first saltwater book was bought from big al's, I paid $74 for it, I can still remember, cause I found the same book at J&L for $34 a week later.... i was choked!! I checked into it and they were double for EVERYTHING. Even the big ticket items such as my tank and stand was double.
This site will definetely make you a forum junkie and a fully qualified fish geek in no time!!!
here's the curing tank i got going (the rock without colour on the bottom is a friends "once live, now dead" rock i'm curing for him as well: