Hi. My name is Ryan. I have a 10 gal. tank that has been set up for about 9 months now. I have a ton of liverock in there and i used the stacking method. I have plenty of elevation for my corals. I also forgot to mention i have a 30 gal. filter with 2 cartriges in there for extra support. i also have 2 light fixtures and each of them holds 26 watts. it is a 50/50 light. i currently have 2 clowns, 5 assorted damsels, and a royal gramma. I also have 1 condy anemone which is doing wonderful and i have had it for a month now. I was wondering where to start coral wise. what is a good ph? is that too much fish? will it be easier if i get rid of some fish? can i squirt some brine/misis shrip in the corals for a good feeding sorce? how often should i feed them? is a protein skimmer needed? about how many corals can i house in there? Sorry for all the questions but i am really anxious to get some cool corals in there. Is my tank conditions good for corals? is it mature enough? should i have to worry about them dying because of my lack of light or what? How hard will it be considering the tank size? thanks a lot for your time and i really appreciate the responses. P.S. There is a lot of cracks and crevises. is this a good thing? is there something i can put in them coral wise? thanks.