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Hi All, Well, after over a year of research and jealously following along others, I have decided it is time for me to wade into Reef Keeping, although my knowledge to date suggests me physically entering a tank may stress out my inhabitants. My setup plan at the moment is as follows: Innovative Marine Nuvo Fusion 20 - Best tank EVER... out of the 1 tank i have tried. Kessil A80 Tuna Blue LED - CuhRazy supplied it, works awesome, thank you again! Cobalt Aquatics Neo-Therm Accu-therm 75w - cheaper, more readily available, works great Cobalt Aquatics MJ1200 Return Pump/Powerhead - No powerhead needed, used this as return pump, loving it A bunch of rock and sand - Going to head down to the Dundas/Tomken area of Mississauga, 4 LFS in 2 blocks, I am sure I will find something decent I actually got my rock from J&L Aquatics, they provided my tank as well, and to date have been AMAZING, fellow Canadians, look into them. Sand was Arag-alive Fiji Pink, The Coral Reef Shop in Burlington ordered it for me. Again, GTA people, when you read all these Americans talking about their LFS, Coral Reef Shop in Burlington is the epitome of what they are describing, Red (the owner) has been amazing so far, and I will be buying probably ALL my livestock from him. Anyways, 15lbs of both rock and sand. My livestock will be as follows: 2 occy clownfish 1 Firefish 1 Shrimp/Goby combo 1 Porcelain Crab 1 Blood Shrimp Frogspawn Gorg Hammer Dragon's Breath Macro Chaeto in the back (will do the light cutout thing and just have a regular bulb) Plus any easy coral I find. I have one question to get this all started. With the above mentioned stocking goals, if I get two of the IM SpinStreams, should I use the MJ1200 as a powerhead, or will I have enough flow just replacing the stock return pump with it, allowing me to use the stock pump in a QT or mixing station? Pictures will follow once I have actual saltwater in the tank Wish me luck! Ceres