corals are known to be more difficult to keep than other corals, and have high light requirments. What is the exact gallon measurement of your tank? Most SPS
corals need between 5-10 watts of lighting per gallon, and at least 10,000k of white light and 7500k of actinic on a 12 hour per day schedule. I would make a small ledge with rock and make sure the SPS
coral is as close to the light as possible without cooking it.
I would consider getting an Aqua Light with a built in Metal Halide, although if you have heat concerns with Halide lighting - Current makes a Power Compact in thier Orbit line that pushes a wooping 384 watts through 4 96 watt bulbs.