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If you want a CO2 scrubber, I might sell you mine.
It definitely helps on PH, but is undersized for my big tank, so not enough air flow to skimmer.
He does two stage quarantine on corals ... wish I had done even one.
Keep in mind, Corals get munched on in the wild. Normal.
If you have a ton of corals, and just a few risky fish, you can live with some munching.
Some Dwarf Angels can.
Coral Beauty - no problem.
Bicolor - Nips at the tips of really frilly ones.
The big question : Are you going to go Non Photo Synthetic ????
Not sure I have seen any pure-softy tanks on tank tours.
And most softy-only pictures on the forums are just because people have barely started....
I use Bayer.
Now if only Majanos could be considered "nice softies"....
Nice size and plan!
I like looking at my long tank, but it is a pain for flow, and you have to make the glass/acrylic a fair bit thicker.
I use silicone on all threaded connections.
Seals great, and you can take them apart easier.
Let it dry overnight before getting wet.
I tried a Gyre when they first came out. Sold it. Too noisy unless you dial it way back.
Max length was 200 cm = 78"
Not really sure why that restriction is there though. Perhaps distance to base?
I made the exact same mistake on my lights. Thought they would be standard 2.1mm - nope.
Did you ever find a good 5.5 x 2.5 mm - high current, say...
But can't handle my tank size.
And I would so worry about it getting a bit off, dragging up sand, and scratching the heck out of my tank.
+1 on feeding Anthias!