Ok, so, the LFS that I normally go to usually gives decent advice. Thus being said, I was advised to only feed frozen food as a "treat" or once every 2-3 days to help keep phosphates down. I was feeding once a day, with vitamin enriched food. But then, without thinking, I decided to follow said advice. Well, after tonight, I am having second thoughts. Keep in mind they still get a variety of pellets during the day off an auto feeder. I can name a list if you want, but it's rather long and I should get going to bed because I have to work at 4:30am. PM me if you really want to know LOL. I have NEVER had a problem with my fish getting along! **knocks on wood** However, as of late, I've been noticing a change in their behavior that's only recently started. My midas blenny was in the overflow as of last night, and it was a b*tch to get him out. After getting him out, I saw that he was being chased by other fish. My tang has been chasing the clowns over the frogspawn territory, and my angel has just been....weird.... My preparation for the frozen food is follows: thaw food out in RODI water (usually a mix of spirulina brine, mysis, extruded krill, and mega marine all together), rinse again, drain it using a tea strainer (I bought it specifically for this purpose) add a half pill of crushed up beta glucan, put some brightwells garlic guard on the food, some selcon, some vita chem and some vitamin c concentrate that I got from the brightwell guy at RAP. Only a few drops of each. Let it sit 15-20 minutes, then put 1/4 teaspoon in the tank, put the food bowl in a plastic bag, remove the air, and sit the rest of it in the fridge. Also do about 15-20% water changes once a week, but since I have been only doing pellet food, I have been doing 30% every other week. So, enough of my griping. My question is, how often do you feed your tank frozen? I was doing 1/4 teaspoon, once a day, usually at night, after them being fed during the day by pellets by autofeeder. Seemed to work out just fine, every one was happy and healthy. Also did nori in the tank every 2 days or so. Yes, I know my fish are very well fed. I love happy, healthy fish. I didn't spend $$$$$ just to put them in a tank and be miserable, fighting with each other, and hungry all the time. And I don't over feed! I really watch as to how much of pellets go in the tank at what time of day, and how much frozen I feed. I have puffers, so I am also very aware of water quality, as well as the utmost importance of a varied diet. In fact, the more I continue to type, the more I am convinced that it is the lack of meaty foods in the diet, but I am still curious how often everyone else feeds, how much, when, etc. Any word of advice or anything, would be cool. Have a good night guys!