Alright, I've decided that my African flameback angel has gotta go. He's doing too much damage to some of my acroporas for me to be able to overlook. He's ~2" healthy and eating frozen mysis and cyclops and such very well. He eats small NLS pellets too. He hasn't touched my zoas, softies, or LPS at all as far as I can tell. It'll probably take me a couple days to make time to pull the tank apart and catch him. While I've got the tank apart, I'm going to pull out my yellow tilefish, about 4.5" long, fat and happy, eats nearly anything. He's a bit of a bully to shy cylindrical fish that spend time on the bottom half of the tank (leopard wrasses, firefish) but any fish that will fight back even a tiny bit, he backs right back down. Beautiful brilliant yellow, very fun to watch. Looks just like this: http://liveaquaria.com/diversden/ItemDisplay.cfm?c=2733+3&ddid=91496 Also putting out feelers for homes for the following fish, all of them very fat and healthy and eating everything: - Pair of pink skunk clownfish, ~2.5" and 2", anemone trained. - 3.5" scopas tang - 2" tuxedo damsel (NOT a 3-stripe) these guys stay small and not especially agressive. In fact they need a fairly peaceful tank to thrive.