Hi Everyone. I officially put my deposit down on a new tank. It will be a Leemar glass tank. Starfire on the front and sides with Eurobracing and a double overflow centered on the back wall. Black back and overflow with an additional drain added for easy water changes. Dimensions will be 84" x 31" x 28" (315 gallons). The tank size has changed MULTIPLE times. LOL! Originally was going for a 96 x 24 x 30 (300 gallons) However it was really crowding my entertainment center. shortened it to 84 and made it wider, 32 / 30 tall (350 gallons). However at the very end I got a bit nervouse..........I have EXACTLY 32.5" of space to get the tank through the door. The stand is what I am most worried about, as it will likely be a bit wider than the tank. So in the end I dropped to 31" wide and lowered the height to 28 for easier cleaning.............the stand will be 36" tall. Ordered through Neptune Aquatics, and I really like Robert there. He has been most helpfull. I LOVE when I find someone deserving of my business. I am a firm believer that all things happen for a reason, so when my AGE quote suddenly jumped by $2000 I found myself at Neptune (by the recommendation of a member here..."Treylane"...THANKS!!). The Leemar tank they have on display at Neptune is BEAUTIFUL, and mine will be very similar. It was WAY more affordable than pretty much everything else I looked at........Miricles in Canada.......AGE in Texas.........All Glass through a LFS...........The guy in Sacramento, also through a LFS. Now Leemar! So the details of the build are not all finalized. The tank and stand are official. The sump is still in the works........as well as the skimmer and the primary pump. However this is what I think it will be at the moment (subject to change). Kritter Tank built Sump.........60x 24 x 22 with massive Fuge! (approx 130 gallon capacity sump) Reef Octopus 6000 skimmer with bubble blaster pump........not sure on the feed pump yet, might take if off my primary pump. Reeflo Snapper / Dart hybrid primary pump. 1.5" outlet split into two 3/4" returns. (two 1.5" drains in the overflow) Considering a dual pump setup for redundancy (maybe two waterblaster 5000) Eventually I will add a Calcium reactor, phosphate reactor (or bio pellets) and a carbon reactor. Lighting will be either AI LED's or the new Eco-tech Radion (major delay on these to save $$$$ for them. Will be the LAST addition) Water flow will be two or 3 large Tunze pumps on a controller (probably going to be 3). I love the Vortechs, however my goal with the tank is SILENCE!!! I will add an ATO system and will be buying an RO / DI unit as I currently and have always used the tapwater deionizer system. The Skimmer, primary pump, ATO tank, eventual Frag tank and possibly the reactors will all be plumbed through the wall into the garage for added SILENCE!! I will have to show you pics when it gets going as I have a narrow space in the garage to work with, but a long space (about 12'). The goal for the tank is to have a true mixed reef. I have never really been serious enough to take on SPS......other than a birdsnest and some kind of encrusting thing I have growing in my tank now? So I would like to learn a LOT about them and see if I can be successful.