Now these aren't up to the Art quality of photos, just something I took to seem like I was doing something productive on the tour I didn't go to the Steinhart part, so someone else will have to post those, and well I didn't want to seem arrogant and take pictures of my own tank, so someone else will have to post pictures of that, unless people really want to see it then I'll snap a few of similar quality (ie just point and click with nothing special). All descriptions come from memory, so might screw up on some. This tank is a 120 gallon tank (4x2x2 feet), it's lit by two 250watt bulbs, on the left is a phoenix 14k in pendant, on the right a 12k reeflux in a mini-luminarc, you probably can't tell by the photo, but there really is a night & day difference in brightness, winner = reeflux. Side-View of the tank This is a quaratine tank of sorts, simply a little 58g tank, but all corals and stuff go in here first before going into the "main tank", I really like this idea, and almost wish I had the deisre to set up another tank, a nice QT tank that's a semi-show tank. A single phoenix in a pendant hangs over this. The next tank was a 29 gallon tank that was very much "grown in" in that there's not much room for everything else. There were an assortment of corals in there from leathers, to acans to SPS, everything you could think of. Over the top of it was a 150w 20k bulb. Here are a couple top shots of the tank, there are some nice specimins in here that made me a bit jealous. Here's another tank, also a 120g like the first, but this one is made of acrylic, the tank looks packed (for good reason) but there apparently is a rack system behindit to keep it open for flow, the tank has a couple pendants with 250w & pc bulbs, and a slim pendant with an HQI bulb in it (unsure of wattage), much like the first tank this one also had that new Vortec pump, very slim, very nice, very expensive too (bleh). Another side And another shot at this monster clam, it looks larger in person too! And finally (unless I take pictures of my tank) is a nice 90(?) gallon tank, this tank was a recent (past few months) upgrade, so it's not completely set up yet, that and the owner recently got another frag in his life which takes priority over this tank (cute girl btw). The tank looked to be soft dominate, and was lit with a series of 4 -54 watt t5 bulbs. And the other side, that toadstool puts Fred to shame! Also you can see one of those new Koralis pumps in action, this is a #3 model.