Specs Tank 30 Gallon Oceanic Glass Cube - 20"W x 18"D x 20"H Lighting Coralife Aqualight 20" 96W Quad Power Compact (This came with the tank and is probably just temporary until I get an LED fixture.) Current Plans The plan for this tank is to have it house 2 female H. Erectus seahorses. I'm also planning to keep some seahorse compatible fish and invertebrates in here as well. I plan to have this tank be a colorful and lush mix of macroalgaes, soft corals, and gorgonians. 1) Cleaning the tank - the tank was sitting dry for quite some time and has hard water stains that have etched the glass. Luckily Brandie and Denzil just figured out how to solve this issue on Brandie's used 210! Brandie and Denzil offered to help me polish the glass with cerium oxide this weekend. 2) Painting the stand - I really don't like the two-tone wood on the stand, so I will be painting the entire stand black to match my bedroom furniture. I'm still deciding the best way to do that. I'm thinking a spray primer and then black satin spray paint. I also may end up painting the trim on the aquarium black with Krylon Fusion spray paint. 3) Tank design - I'm planning to partition off the back 4" of the tank with 1/4" black acrylic. This will have a surface skimming overflow and return nozzle and will hold the heater, filter media, a refugium area for pods, and a return pump.