My ATI fixture is finally here. It came with a hanging kit and at this time, I have the fixture sitting immediately on the aquarium rim. The suspension kit is ready and figured out (its my first one ever), however, it's just me. I have no help to center, measure and pinpoint the exact spot where they will go. Let alone, actually suspending the fixture. Here are the pics of what I have to work with: My predicament lies in the hanging procedure. Being that my friends do "Fun stuff" with their weekends, I'm forever alone with my aquarium. My tiny wife (she is tiny, call her "my pocket size girl") can help me, but I don't think she will have the patient to put up with my OCD and I'm afraid I'll be less than nice if something were to happen to the lights. The main thing is; How will I center the light and hang it exactly where it needs to be? I do have a regular level to make sure it's even once suspended, but no knowledge on how to measure and do this on my own and I need any help I can get. Can you guys give me ideas? I thought about supplementing with boxes or things to have the lights sitting higher, find the spot and drill away, but due to my HOB overflows and return pipe, I can't sit the lights exactly centered with the aquarium. I'm about 2 inches away from the back wall. Please, please, please! I'm sure I am not the first one to have this issue and that our smart reefing community has already gone through something like this. I need your advise Additionally, is the big 'ol & heavy cable that hangs from the fixture: The cable is soooo big! It's a bit bigger than half an inch in diameter!! I'm afraid it will get in the way and mess with the balance of the fixture, making it come slightly to the right towards where wight of the cable is. Gravity will have to play a role, I'm sure. Any advise? Threads you can point me to? I found a video from ATI on how to hang it, but they're conveniently hanging it on a table, with nothing to center it on. Thank you in advance for your help, 3reefers!