Catching up here, please bear with me.
First off I am grateful to any and ALL advice given, so if you feel as though I don't listen, its not that at all. Its just a proven fact you absorb as much information you can on the internet and do what you want with the knowledge you gain. Everyone has an opinion and their own personal experience, which doesn't make it right or wrong just their experience.
That said, I am not getting more fish, I hear you loud and clear on your feelings on the tank being over stocked. Its just a very addicting hobby and when I'm out shopping and find nice fish its hard to say no. I AM however shopping for a 500 gallon tank, so the fish will have more room sooner than later.
Now, to continue with the post, I tested my alkalinity of my RO
water last night and 23 drops later the color still didn't change. Is it possible my RO
water has ZERO alkalinity? PH of my tap water was 7.4 or so.
Lastly, I removed the yellow tang last night because I added my last fish; powder blue tang and the yellow fish went nuts dagger out, swimming backwards trying to kill my powder tang; very possible thats what attacked my nasos but just not as aggressively.
I am going to take CCAPTs advice tonight and go by my LFS
and ask for some lower alkalinity salt. Need to figure out how to lower my alkalinity a little.
Forgive me, I am new. Sorry if I aggravated some of you but its like a kid at the candy store; I dive often and love watching fish. I won't put any more fish in the tank, until I get a bigger tank. I do want to ensure the fish I have are healthy and remain healthy though so looking for any advice. I'll post pictures or whatever you like. I don't know what I don't know.