from all glass' website:
footprint": gallons type (height")
48x18: 72 bow(22) 75 std(20) 90 std(24)
72x24: 155 bow(24) 180 std(24)
the 46g and smaller tanks did not have an appropriate match. in that the bowfronts where 15" deep and standards either 12" or 18".
im not saying dont get a bowfront if you can afford them. its just how much more tank you can get for less. im interested in starting a saltwater tank and would like one deeper than my current 55g's 12". 18" would be suitable for me, as i could put 6" of lr
in back and still have 12" of open swim room. with all the money i would save not getting a bowfront i could buy a sump/fuge, all my lr
, etc. even a 50 or 65 gallon (18" deep) tank would do. i guess that also explains why i eyed that 30g cube.