i would not use that aquatic life fixture without PAR numbers. no one else in the industry these lamps. what are they anyway? xenon bulbs? i would have to see it in person and thoroughly examine it before i spent over a thousand dollars. also, on some of the reviews, folks were excited about being able to aim the spotlights. i find that to be a useless feature. you are going to place corals under the light, and you want consistent light throughout the display, not 3 spotlights.
i like the sicce protein skimmer pumps, but i have no experience with their larger pumps. i did have the opportunity to use a pair of the voyager 1's and i thought they were very cheaply made.
hydor makes a similar power head a bit cheaper. you might want to look at those. also, the seio power heads are good quality. they have the best magnets too. check those out.
Taam Seio P 1500 Prop Powerhead - AquaCave
Koralia EVOLUTION 1400 High Flow Power Head by Hydor - AquaCave
i also don't think you need to spend big money on a refugium light. home depot is where i would go for that, and it wouldn't cost more than 20 bucks.
just my 2 pennies.