Very good info here. just because one way may work for another doesnt mean it will work for you. But there is a basic setup that will get you off to a good start. But you will always be fine tuning it. Have Fun..
Originally Posted by thekeyofb
I wasn't trying to be fair...I was trying to speak from my experience just as you seem to be doing. So, please allow the poster to take your knowledge, and everyone elses input and make his/her own decision. Like I stated before to the original poster. I would sincerely urge you to use the internet, contact some aquarium specialist as well as use your local library. I would not solely rely on 1 source of information. Good luck with your tank.