You're gonna need more light. At the very least another 2 bulb strip (80 more watts). You can keep fish only under what you have, but if you want coraline algae on the rock, you're going to need more. I could write a couple of pages here explaining the basic types of lighting, but I gotta go to work in a minute
. I would suggest doing a search both on this site and on Google for lighting and reading up on MH
(metal halide), VHO
(very high output), and PC
(power compact) lights. The reason for this is that many of the inverts we like to keep are photosynthetic and will die without very intense light. I also wouldn't get an anemone for a long time. They tend to die in new tanks and most of them also need bright lights. I hate to keep telling you you're going to have to get this and that, but it's cheaper to set it up right at first than to have to tear it down a couple of times and make changes. If you're handy at making things, you can build a lot of this stuff yourself. Check out the DIY forum on Oz Reef ( http://ozreef.org/diy/
) for ideas and plans. Well...I'm out of time...gotta go serve my time in the sweatshop.
PS: The blue light is an actinic bulb.