OK so here's the deal. I bought a carnation coral, which i have herd are extremly difficult to care for, but I've been keeping an established reef for about 2 years now. I have read plenty of articles concerning this coral, and all of them stated that they needed very low light, and quite a bit of flow. The issue is, my nano cube has very high lighting, and very low flow. It also doesn't have any caves or crevices, except in the back where you can't see the thing. So here's the real question. My FOWLR tank has high flow, and low lighting, with plenty of caves and crevices, and coral friendly fish.The light is a cheap fluorescent, more commonly found on FW tanks, and it stays on about 6-8 hours a day. Would the FOWLR be a better place to stick the carnation? even though it would be the only coral in that tank?