My parents said that for my Birthday in April I might be able to upgrade to the 28g NanoCube with 150w HQI! So there is a good chance I'll be upgrading my 14g to the 28g which means I want to sell my 14g in a few months. It will be a bit more than 1 year old by the time I upgrade. It's running fine and I replaced the pump an the lights just a few months ago. I bought a 18w 10,000k and an 18w 50/50 so the lights look white - not yellow/orange and it is 6w more of 10,000k than a new BioCube. The lights are smaller inches wise than the stock lights. The only down side to the tank is that it has a small scratch from rocks on the left side and it only goes about 1/4 of the way through the glass on the inside and isn't getting bigger or deeper. Honestly, you cannot notice the scratch unless somebody points it out to you. I discovered it by feeling it when scraping diatoms off the glass with a small algae scraping blade so I can't really see it unless I look really close and hard. I just thought I'd let everyone know that I'm going to upgrade so I can move some anemones from my 34g under better lights. Does anyone have any feedback for the 28g nano with 150w HQI? Pros? Cons? Also, I'm wondering if anyone would be interested in the 14g. I'll be selling the tank, the stand, the heater, and the skimmer (new), for a good deal so LMK if you're interested and when I know if I'll be upgrading (which I most likely will be able to) I'll post prices.