I do not have a built thread, though I probably should. I have trouble with the LEDs on my droid's camera. For quick specs, I'm running the 28g LED Advanced, it's my third salt water build, and everything is stock so far. I've got 2 tiny false percs (Mario an Peach), a yellow clown goby (Toad), a long spine urchin, an emerald crab, a really annoying serpant star (hitchiker b*stard who just ate my yasha goby! Jerk!). I have 2 SPS, a variety of LPS, a ton of zoas and palys, and some mushrooms and rics. I'll throw more infor and pics up when I do a build.
Keep me posted on your SPS. I saw great growth and extension initially on my SPS but about 4 weeks ago, things just stopped and my acans and micromusa started RTN. I stopped the loss with an iodine dip, but no new growth yet. I'm waiting another week or so to try another dip, but I'm not sure it's worth it if they haven't healed better at that point. I'm assuming it's bacterial because nothing else suffered; the blastoma is peachy - but no extension. I do a 5g water change weekly, and my levels are all fine. I'm hoping flow fixes the problem.
That's really good to know about the MP10. I can do one of those or replace both pumps for the same money when you consider pump size/quality/silence x2. Where do you have yours positioned?
I think skimmers are good on nanos; I had the healthiest system with a 30g and a CPR backback. I may end up modifying things to make it fit on the back, if I can't sell it. How do you like the remora? I found the CPR needed constant cleaning when I had it on my 55g.
I'll have to check on the mediabasket too, because the stock is absurdly undersized. Water goes right over the top. :/ I'm running chemipure elite, purigen, and cheato. The LED grow light is outstanding! I just put it on the timer to run with the moonlights, and never worry. I've pruned it twice now to make it fit. It comes out of the basket in a green curly cube, covered in pods. I'm up in north Idaho, but if you want me to mail you some next pruning, drop me a PM. I got mine 3 day mail in a baggie, and it's doing just fine. As expensive as this hobby is, and as something I end up just throwing away, it's yours if you want it.