I ordered some aquascaping putty for reassurance on some spots with minimal contact support but I just had a feel around again for peace of mind... It's quite solid, I'm surprised, some of the precarious looking pieces actually have some back glass support and are nicely wedged in there. I'll see how things hold up once I put a goby in there. Thats my only worry.
Are you going to hodgepodge coral in there, or go with a specific bio-tope?
I don't think I'm gonna do a specific bio-tope, but I am aesthetically minded for the overall reef look so we'll see where that gets me in the long run.
This tank is almost 3 years in the making. I was in school and living in a rental suite so I never bothered setting it up for fear of moving it. I have a friend that has moved a 120G tank twice in the last few years, so I know whats involved.
Instead, I was happy just reading lots and asking questions to local reefers then acquiring all the stuff I needed. Luckily I was a good student and was given a few monetary awards which all went into my fish tank, I never had to dip into the ol' student loan money.
The only problem now is, any money I spend on the tank, has to be matched for my wife to spend equally on clothes....so this is DOUBLE as expensive as I originally planned and sucks cause I like fancy gadgets.
I'll add a couple of other angles that give a little more dimension than the original first picture.