An interesting thing, his color changes depending on if its been out and about or hiding - he can go from almost a solid brown, to the bright colors in the pic above in a few minute's time. The brownish bandings seem to move around on his body. Not sure if that's a sign of a problem or not... these guys aren't very common, and there isn't much info on them.
Update - he's taken to eating flakes now and pretty much all the frozen stuff I use (brine, sprirulina enriched brine, mysis, etc). Even the Formula 1 from Ocean Nutrition, the orange gel-type stuff, which none of the other fish will touch.
I have to feed at both ends of the tank now, cause when he's eats, he eats fast, and it tends to scare the other fish a little, especially the clowns. He's not agressive towards them, I think just his size and quick movements when he's feasting intimidates the others. So, I get him started at one end, then feed the rest at the other.
Him and my yellow tang will get in tug of wars with a frozen block of food. The tang tries to be dominant over him, even though the tang is a lot smaller, but the parrotfish just ignores him.
The parrotfish is getting friendlier too, when he sees me at the tank he's coming clear up to the surface, anticipating food.
Even with all the warnings I've found about parrotfish, even the smaller princess variety, I think if I can keep enough LR
around with corraline on it, this one will make a great pet and will be quite happy.