I have had mine for over a year and a half. It's the centerpiece of my tank (even though it's in the corner). Everyone that comes over comments on it. The color especially under the actinics is amazing. I made sure to research it well and even though it seemed difficult, I was willing to accept it as a challenge.
From what I read, flow was one key. You need good flow in a reef tank but must not beat the elegance up. They like low flow tide marshes in the wild so I had to place it where my rock scape helped shield it but still allowed plenty of light for its food source. I try to supplement feed it various things, but I have only observed it eat mysis on one occasion. None the less, it is healthy, huge and colorful.
I have had a pair of clowns in my tank for that entire time period and they have not shown much interest in it. Once in a while, the male stares at it and swims towards it but nothing sustained. But, my clowns haven't bonded with anything else either. Everyone says it's hit or miss.