Research research research.
As for fish, alot of websites are incorporating "nano fish" sections to their sw
selections. These are fish that fit comfortably in a smaller tank. As for tank size, bigger tanks ARE more stable and "easier" to maintain (the chemical levels usually dont swing so fast in them due to volume) but bigger also means more $$$ in almost all aspects (more salt, more water, more live rock, bigger equipment). Someone mentioned CL
i would def keep a close eye on there. People are constantly getting rid of setups. As for the Blue Hippo Tang, PLEASSSEE do not disregard others advice about these fish. They can grow rather big and need excessive amounts of swimming space. Thats not even the catch, they are extremely sensitive to shock/ stress, which in turn makes them vunerable to Ick and other diseases. 125 minimum for them