Full tank dimensions are 12"x8"x8", which works out to about 3.5g. Display is only 6" deep for a 2.3g display. The entire tank is cut from cast acrylic.
The false wall is black acrylic and has a small grate for the entrance into the back chambers on the right, and the return outlet from the pump on the left.
Nice little decal on the corner. Glue seams are pretty good. A few bubbles here and there, but nothing distracting.
Back chambers are pretty simple. First chamber is great for a heater. The overflow in to the second chamber has a small media basket that is great for holding filter floss, sponge, or even a small bag of carbon/gfo/etc... Second chamber is good as a fuge, or additional chemical filtration.
Last chamber houses the pump. It's a Rio200 (200gph) and it's pretty quiet after about a week of break-in. The flow is adjustable, but it's a little hard to get to with the pump in the tank. Flow is actually almost a little too much, so the adjustment is very welcome.
One very welcome feature is the water level viewing window on the left side of the sump on chamber three. Makes it very easy to see your waterlevel for top off. As always, an ATO is always advised for such a small tank.
Anyway, I've had the tank for a few months now and everything is cycled. I have about 2lbs of Haitian LR and an 1-1/2" sandbed in there.
Gratuitous cycling photo. It was pretty nasty in there.
All of that nastyness is cleaned up now and I have a few frags in there.
Micro frag of frogspawn.
Not much in there right now, but I will be putting more in soon. I'm trying to go a little heavier on sps on this one and I'm still figuring out how I can dose the tank in a compact way.
Lighting is the old LED setup I had over the last tank. I'm working on coming up with something new and far better suited for this tank.
Bottom line, I love this tank so far. It's well built, well thought out, and works beautifully.