Hello new guy to reefing and new to the bay area. Welcome to my build. I recently moved from Miami, FL to San Francisco (Oakland actually) due to work. Back in Florida I went diving all the time, this build is an attempt to bring a little bit of the reef life that i love so much to my new home. On Monday we got the keys to our new apartment and Tuesday the 90 gal Craigslist tank was delivered. It was literally the first thing to move into the apartment. Can anyone identify the manufacturer of the tank from on the pictures? this is how it currently sits on the crappy stand. why anyone wood trust the weight of a 90 gallon tank on particle board is beyond reason. The glass lids will probably get cut down and used to make the overflow box (weir) with no teeth. and the partitions on the DIY 30 gal Sump. Is the black glass trim on the top and bottom of this tank a reinforcement or is it just decorative? Euro-bracing seems strange. lengthwise there is a 1" lip that the glass lids rest on. Then on the ends about 2 inches down for some reason there is more bracing. Questions that i have: 1. can the bracing on one end be removed and reinstalled further up? The reason i want to do this is that i plan on building the tank out as a peninsula. this would require me to put the overflow box on the end, but the bracing in the way. 2. Can I drill through 2 pieces of glass simultaneously? the decorative (black glass) trim seems like it would be hell to remove and i wanted to use bean animals overflow. I could drill below the trim, but then that would make the overflow box rather large in the tank and i would like to avoid that if possible. Is there anyone that has any glass drilling experience bits, drill guide etc. that would like to help a nube out? Thanks for any input.