...for my first saltwater tank. I've been running two smaller FW
tanks for a year or so and my wife, of all people, thought we should get a big SW
tank. So as I'm reading here, there, and eveywhere I can to learn about saltwater, I get a call from my little brother tonight saying that he might have found an entire SW
setup that I could have for free.
Yes, that's right, for free
I'm still waiting on the full system details, but as near as I can tell it's probably a 110 high (48" x 18" x 30") that appears to be drilled. The whole package would include the tank, stand, sump, pumps, etc.
Believe me, I know exactly how lucky I might be here.
My question is, although I was planning to start a 75 or 90 as a FOWLR
and eventually convert to a reef, are there any pitfalls with the higher tanks? Cleaning and aquascaping come to mind, as does getting sufficient light to the bottom.
Any help is appreciated since I'm a complete noob to SW