Well Guy's I came home last night after work and low and behold both large pieces of monti were laying partialy on the sand and right on top of my large colony Torch coral ( 15+ heads ). Any way removed them and put them back on the plastic egg crate towards the top of the tank , ( can only assume one of my bulldozer mexican turbo's did it ) ANy ways the poor green purple rimmed took the grunt of the chemical war here i think. orange monti looks as good as it did beofre the fall into the torch. But torch was all pissed off and the green was all slimey looking , needless to say now after one night my green monti looks like hell warmed over, lol. heres where he was sitting, before being knocked over. Now I came home tonight , and water is a "mild" looking milky color, I can only assume some sort of baterial bloom or all those toxins from the torch,both montis are in the water colum,but NO other distress is showing on other corals and the Torch looks better than it ever did. So pulling off 50 gal for water change, will do that again TM and changing carbon out. Any other thoughts on this guys ?