Hello again. I have recently delved into sps, a few chalices, stylos, and an acro or three. I've posted all below. My streaberry shortcake (which I don't think that's what it is) was browned out when I got it, I had it on the floor for about 4 days, moved it about mid way up, I noticed some bleaching, so I moved it to a lower light area after about a week. It's about 1/2 bleached now. I have one acro that I think is doing well, and a monti that I also think is doing well. Two stylos o attached pics, one who polyps have started receding and the other that is doing awesome! And a chalice that frankly was terribly unhealthy when I got it. Looks the same now. Here is my params. Saline: 1.025 KH (whatever that is): 11 drops which appears to be 200ppm Nitrates: 20ppm Ammonia:0.00 Phosphate: 0.25 Calcium: 440 Temp is consistent at 79 degrees I know my nitrates are high. My lights are LED on from 4 pm sunrise to 11 pm sunset. Whites are about 40, the rest around 80. We do water changes about 15-20% every weekend. Our tank isn't over stocked. No algae issues. Lots of cleaners, none seem to bother my coral. I guess what I want to know is any ideas? And how can I bring my nitrates down. I'm running out of ideas. And I just watched my tube anemone eat my Fire fish! What the heck! (Totally unrelated). R.I.P. Jed!