Its been about three years since my last nano tank crashed when my rbta jumped into a power head and I've finally decided to setup another tank. I wanted to keep things somewhat simple hence the all in one. i bought a 20 long from petco on the $1/gallon sale but found a 20 long with badfishreefsystems aio kit installed for sale locally. Equipment -20 gallon long -120 watt full spectrum Chinese LED -badfishreefsystems AIO kit + overflow media rack -mj900 return -hydor flo deflector -tunze 6025 (to much flow) -koralia nano 240 -30lbs of reef cleaners dry rock (used abut 20) -1 bag fiji pink sand -hob filter converted to refugium -eshopps psk-100h hob skimmer Livestock -blue yellow tail damsel (unless i can catch him) -tank raised ocellaris clown fish -DBTC hammer (neuro) -DBTC orange mushroom (bondolo) -DBTC green ployp toadstool (bondolo) -DBTC orange ricordea (bondolo) -DBTC pink and gold palys (denil) -green ployp toadstool (rescue from a crashed tank) -blurple zoas -sunny d zoas -bam bam zoas -white speckled green bubble tip anemone -green tipped purple hairy mushrooms i haven't decided on whether im going to use substrate or not. i like the idea of a bare bottom, but hate the idea of coraline all over the glass. if i do go with substrate i would definitely want something bigger in order to avoid sandstorms. here's some pics of the tank when i bought it... i had planned on stripping all the silicone off and re-doing everything, but just getting it off the main wall was much harder than i thought. so i left the silocone on the mini chambers there and only redid the silicone on the main wall. here it is on the diy stand that came with the tank here's some unboxing pics of the full spectrum dimmable made in china LED fixture since we might be moving soon, i decided to throw together a quick diy pvc light hangar. not pretty but it works. i am really impressed with the led lights so far. has two plugs with two channels that have their own dimmer switches. overall quality is great and the leds are extremely bright even at 25%. here's some stock photos that show the led color placements. Dimmer 1 8 warm white 8 neutral white 6 cool white 4 violet 2 green 2 red Dimmer 2 17 royal blue 8 blue 460nm and a couple pics of the all the lights on just waiting on the dry rocks to come in so that i can start cycling the tank.