Well, as some of you know I've been fighting dinoflagelattes for a few weeks now at least. It's turned into a mess - black outs, raising pH, and cutting down lights didn't work, and it's melting away some of my zoas now. The tank is looking like a wasteland some days! I'm now in the initial planning stages of a total tank reset (Happy 1 year anniversary lmao!) Luckily my roommate has a tank set up in the same room. I'm thinking I'll empty his water out, move 15g my water plus 15g new water over, and give the fish a place to live for awhile. My corals I can give to a friend with a reef tank to hold onto. Ditch the sand. Nuke the rock. Bleach the tank and sump, clean all equiptment thoroughly, new plumbing (probably beananimal this time) and start over! If anyone have any advice or experience to share, I'm all ears. Anything I need to plan for in a total tank reset that I may have looked past? I don't want to run into unexpected hurdles here, so I'm trying to get a plan drawn out before I start tearing anything down. 1. Get livestock to temp homes 2. Drain tank, trash sand, clean everything! New plumbing 3. Nuke rock in bucket with water/bleach for 3 days 4. Rinse rock in bucket of RO/DI water for 3 days 5. Let rocks sit outside for 2 weeks 6. At this point would I have to cure the rock in saltwater buckets for awhile? 7. Try to see if LED's are in the budget and ditch the halides 7. Fill'er up!