Hi guys, It's been five months since I set up my Innovative Marine Nuvo 38 gal. aquarium and wanted to share some updates. Everything has gone ok, but I have learned a thing or two the hard way. First off, this is a pic of my setup: I have managed to get my hands on some corals. To be honest, I don´t remember all of their names. Here are a few: Pulsing Xenia: Hammer: Green Star Polyp: Some kind of Zoanthids: Red mushroom (with some kind of clavularia growing beside it): Papaya Clavularia (spreading fast): Unknown mushroom, unknown coral and (closed) sun coral: Lessons learned: 1.- Do not add a six line wrasse as your first fish. Mine has become extremely aggressive and has already killed a goby which was added last. It took one hour for the wrasse to kill him by beating the goby up. 2.- Scrape coralline algae from power heads before it completely covers the water intakes and cause malfunction. 3.- Don't get hermits. They mess everything up. Before I glued all my corals to the rock work, I had to rearrange everything on a daily basis. Also, they like to move into snail houses. Snails are not asked nicely for this. 4.- Don't get a sun coral if you are not up to it. I have to feed each polyp every three or so day. PITA. 5.- Lastly, and I know I'm going to get flamed for this one, do not trust every LFS employee. I was sold a very cool "pygmy angel" which turned out to be a mimic tang. Tank extremely small for him. Doing good, eating and pooping a lot, growing fast, but seems to be getting more nervous and jumpy every day. Looking to re-house ASAP. Due to the six line issues I have, I'm afraid of adding any more fish. If someone has a good idea for an extra fish, I would appreciate it. Anyways, it has been a very fun journey so far!