Thank you all! This has been great! The 110 gallon tank will be a major showpiece cause I'm gonna go with a Lake Malawi set up (if I still get to get the tank). I'm leaning towards the wet/dry filter that will be contained in the cabinet underneath and the guy at the lfs
said he set it up for me. I'm looking at a wet dry that will do about 600 gph
. Does the wet/dry provide for good aeration though (hmmmm)? Should I back it up with a canister, say a 340-350 gph
Fluval, Rena, or Cascade? That would probably fit in the cabinet too.
On the 60 gallon (basically a tall 55) I think I'm gonna use my HOBs. I'm probably gonna use my Penguin 350 BioWheel and an Aquaclear 110. That'll give me 850 gph
with those and that tank will be in my office at home and few people will see it. I already have the 350 Penguin and I'm gonna have to break down that 29 and trade in some fish and use the decor I have in it an add to it in the 60. I don't think my wife will allow for 2 bigger tanks in addition to what I have so I'm prepared to let one 29 go. I want to keep a couple of severums and maybe a couple more new world cichlids in the 60 gallon. The 850 gph
should keep the water clean and aerated.