I got a blue streak cleaner wrasse about a 3 weeks ago because I had only a slight parasite problem. He took care of the parasites in one day, so I was happy about that. I created a concauction of blood worms, 2 different type of plankon and mysys shrimp, mixed it together and froze it for him in an attempt to keep him alive as best I could. I was right on track because my cleaner wrasse LOVES the food I made up for him. I really wasn't expecting him to live more than 2 weeks, even with how well he seems he is doing because of what I have heard about cleaner wrasses. He eats more than any of my other fish, to the point where his belly is protruting and round to the point where I really have to monitor how much I feed him. For a fish that is appartently hard to feed and dies within a couple weeks you get them, mine seems to be thriving without parasites. He is so comfortable in hs enviornment that he even attacks my hand if I place it in the tank. I have never heard of a cleaner wrasse doing that. He will actually charge and ram my hand and bite with all of his fins flared out! This morning I fed the fish flakes I have for my other fish and I took notice that my cleaner wrasse was even eating the fish flakes! Only the smaller pieces but he was eating them none the less. I was jumping for joy when I saw that. I am a beginner with saltwater fish and that cleaner wrasse is only my 5th saltwater fish ever and he is doing way better than just "good" he is doing fantastic! everything I have heard about these beautiful little fish hasn't happened to mine. He is just as healthy as any other fish in my tank! Everytime I walk by the tank he whizes and dances back and fourth infront of the glass in excitment! I am happy with my beautiful blue streak and hope he sticks around for years to come. I just thought I would post this because I am so happy about the results I am getting with my cleaner wrasse! Any one else have a cleaner wrasse that is having such good luck as I am with mine? What are your experiences with cleaner wrasses?