Moon light using cheap LEDs.
I run over 500 gallons with tons of coral. I have used the "cheap" Chinese fixtures since they came out. They aren't even dimmable.
They work great. I have more expensive led
fixtures that don't work one ounce better. Yes, they are cheap, but at $120 a piece, I consider them almost a throw away. I keep extra drivers around and in 3 years I have replaced one. They are also super cheap.
I know you went with glass.
glass is heavy and in thickness's over 1/2" it is green in color. Low lead glass is very clear but very expensive. You can only do pretty simple shapes with glass. Glass requires soft silicon for sealing unless it is a cast tank, and then it can be almost any shape $$$$
Glass isn't as good an thermal insulator as acrylic.
But it is scratch resistant!
Acrylic is a bit cheaper, lighter and as clear as low lead glass. It can be bent into almost any shape. The seams are fused together, no silicon seals.
But it scratches easier.
So for huge tanks, it's probably acrylic, smaller tanks its low lead if you can afford it.