Cool, thanks for the reply. On my tank I'm thinking of just making it a zoanthid nano reef with some ricordeas here and there. I like the hardiness of the zoas as well as the diversity of color and shapes/sizes. And I also like the rics for the same, but I like zoas more!
But in order to do that, I've gotta get rid of some of my hermits and convert over to a mostly snail cleaning crew. I'm also starting up Seachem's Reef Builder and working on fine tuning my RO
filter for the purest water possible.
We'll just have to see how that whole thing works out. I hear you on the good current, I'm hoping to have unbelieveable current! Supposedly zoas do the best under turbulent indirect flow. One guy I read about had explosive growth in his SPS
high light/flow tanks with 115X+ turnover. I couldn't believe it, but I guess it's true. Have you tried the other PH in there? And when you start that DIY thread for the fuge, you should post a link to it on this thread. I'm interested to see how you put it together.
Here's the pic, hope you like! It will probably change very soon, though. The sand might even be coming out. It just gathers "crap" anyways.