Last July, when I decided to move, I didn't really have an idea that it would take 9 months for me to get my new tank up and running, but I'm finally there! So I thought I'd share a few photos of the new setup. The last FTS I could find in my photo archives, about 6 months before I moved: Because the house I was moving to wasn't really ready for my current tank and because I needed to sell my old house quickly and get the tank out, I decided to setup a temporary system in my parent's garage (they were kind enough to humor me ) while I established the new tank. My temporary setup consisted of two 150 gallon rubbermaid stock tanks linked together, with the corals in one tank and the fish in the other so I wouldn't have to try and light both tanks: I was planning on keeping the temporary system for only 2 months tops while I was setting up the new house. Unfortunately life got the way and 2 months turned in to 9 months, and while everything did well for about the first 2-3 months, I started losing most of my SPS after about 2 months. Not too surprisingly, all my LPS, chalics, etc, did great with the move. Moving forward, here are a few shots of the new setup: Sand and aquascaping: The surviving corals moved in: Overview shot. The light rack rides on rails that allow me to slide it back and forth over the top of the tank, and also has an linear actuator, cable & pulley system to lower and raise the lights electronically: Back of the tank. I'm using a double standpipe setup where the primary standpipe runs at full suction and the secondary standpipe runs a barely a trickle, essentially, there's no noise from the overflow Sump, I decided to go with the Vertex Alpha Kone 250 - and I love the skimmer. Super quiet, and super stable foam head - there's no turbulence in the body and the foam head doesn't even collapse with feedings!