Thanks guys....posting my first questions in another thread in a bit.
But here are some pics for you. Mind you, the tank is no longer like this. It was doing well, and was starting to get some nice Coralline patches before my shrimp and crabs went bananas and started chomping away at my jellies. I even had some other jellies developing at one point (comb jellies). Since the whole concept of jellyfish aquariums is still somewhat new, I was testing the waters so to speak. I updated the lighting, added moonlights, and a small nano skimmer since I did put an extra bio-load in the tank. All the remaining tankmates will be transferred to the new reef tank I will be starting the build on, and will revert this tank back to just snails and jellies....
words of warning, emerald crabs, hermit crabs, and peppermint shrimp WILL EAT jellies for anyone wondering. I thought the shrimp were just trying to clean them, and then I saw them rip a chunk....took them out immediately. Then, caught the crabs eating the remains of one one night. The ghost shrimp do fine, as do the ocellaris, snails, feather duster, serpent star, condy, and even green and gold/black chromis. Also found out that the jellies would get really active after a meal of live mysis or live pods
. They seem to like that a lot better than the frozen stuff that jellyfishart sells.