Tank philosophy: Keep it simple enough so it doesn't stress me out, keep it challenging enough to keep me interested. Start Date: 04/04/2018 Equipment: Tank: AIO tank - Nuvo 20g, with a black glossy stand Light: 1 Kessil A160WE with controller ATO: Innovative Marine Hydrofill Ti + Tom's aqualifter Filteration: IM custom caddies, Purigen, IM ghost skimmer Heater: Aqueon pro 100W Return pump: Sicce Syncra 0.5 (185 gph) Flow: 2 Jebao OW-10 powerheads, 2 VCA RFGs Sump light: Nicrew white LED Livestock (excluding corals): Ocellaris clownfish x 2 (bonded pair) Blood red fire shrimp x 1 Emerald crab x 1 Astrea snails x 3 Nassarius Snail x 1 Corals: This is a mixed reef with softies, LPS and SPS, mostly ranging from easy to moderate care level. In the high light section of the tank (200 - 300 PAR) I place most of my SPS like Green slimer, Purple stylophora, Pink Seriatopora, Montipora capricornis, Montipora Setosa, Rainbow Montipora, Bird of paradise, Bubble gum digitata, and 2 unknown acros. In the medium light section (100-200 PAR) section I have placed most of my euphyllia, Zoanthids, Green birdsnest and Duncans. In the low light section (below 100 PAR) I've placed pit viper leptastrea, jack-o-lantern leptoseris, and peach digitata. Given the good polyp extension, I assume the corals are happy with the placement. Filteration: I love using carbon and I am generous with its use. Both my IM custom caddies have carbon bags in the lower chamber. Mid section houses a phosphate removal sponge and top is a basic sponge. In the second chamber on one side I grow chaeto and the other side houses the IM Ghostskimmer. The chaeto is suspended directly and I peeled off the back to add light to this sump. I also use purigen bag in this tank. My water changes generally occur between 8-10 days, with about 10% water replaced. Tank photo journal: All the pictures of this tank right from its inception to date are in this album https://photos.app.goo.gl/s8SuBPZKzVTXmZYD6 Credits: This forum has been tremendously helpful to keep me hooked into this hobby. As much as I enjoy reefing, I do enjoy meeting people from this friendly group during the frag swaps and bar events. I appreciate the generosity of the members of this group. I am always astonished by the plethora of knowledge and experience of this club's members. Thank you all! This tank journal was long overdue, but I am glad I started it. Would always appreciate feedback and tips for this tank!