This is my tank so far: [img width=1000 height=587]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3166/2637076235_3b4ec70dff_b.jpg[/img] Hardware: 20 Gallon Display Tank 30 Gallon Sump/Refugium DIY Skimmer Side Drilled with GlassHoles.com overflow Custom Mahogany Hood 96W SunPod Quad Retrofit (dual actinic/dual 10k) Eheim Flake Feeder Ranco ETC Temperature Controller Working on a DIY Controller/Data Logger Software: 1 Trochus, 1 Turbo, 1 Cleaner Shrimp Zoanthids and Green Star Polyp Firefish in quarantine This next photo is a little older. I had originally expoxied the flat rock onto the upright one in order to make a ledge, but later decided it was too high. I broke it off to lower it (as seen in the first picture). I'm planning to have a clam on there, right in the middle and directly under the lights. This shot shows the mahogany hood in more detail. I'm particularly proud of the carefully mortised hinges. There's a hole near the back where food from the auto-feeder drops into a feeding ring. The biggest drawback with this hood is that it's somewhat cumbersome to remove when I need full access to the tank. In the future I might make a new one that allows the whole thing, including the lights, to hinge up out of the way. Here's a wider shot of my desk, showing not only the tank but also my monitors and some of life's essentials: whiteboard markers, pellet food, coffee cups, pipettes, etc. This is the sump, next to the couch in the other corner of the office. Here are some more random tank pictures. --- In addition to the obvious green star polyps, this rock is also full of brittle stars, bristle worms, feather dusters, and some spaghetti worms. Thanks for looking!