With enough PC light any SPS will do fine, You may spend more money than MH but with enough PC light then yes SPS can live under it. You may have highly subdues colors and slower growth rates but you can keep SPS under PC.
The whole purpose behind keeping these corals is for their color. Let's face it brown corals in this hobby are a turn off for many.
You also stated that candycanes don't have sweepers. I have seen them extend 3" and longer many times.
Many LPS corals will extend longer sweepers under higher flow. A good example of this is the Galaxia coral.
You are correct about Pagoda corals not having long sweepers but fail to mention the mucus and poison darts these corals can expel.
Goniporas are photosynthetic and some species require a high amount of light.
The first nudibranch shown by the penny is not a montipora but a zoanthid eating nudibranch.
You also state that all soft corals can live under T8 and PC lighting. This is far from true. There are several species of soft corals that need higher light to survive. These include pipe organs, zoanthids and some types of toadstools just to name a few.
Overall I don't agree with everything but its not that bad of a general guide even though generalizing in this hobby can get you into trouble.
Also if you are going to use other peoples pictures you should not link directly to them and should give credit to the owners.
Edited by GobyInPeace, 01 January 2009 - 11:38 PM.