First off I would just like to say thanks to the people that had some positive posts. I would also like to thank the few people who actually have HANDS on experience with sea horses for there advice and experience. As far as some of the others it's obvious they drank a big glass of hateraide and jumped in with the "I know it all comments" that is to be expected after all they must have READ it and somewhere right? Life is too short to let people on a internet forum push you over the edge. In reality im usally the guy getting other irritated This is an awesome forum and I gained a hell of a lot of knowledge from here. I never even owned a fresh water tank let alone a salt tank before I bought my first 75 and since it's born date I have been a sponge learning everything I can. Now for some updates. Talk about timing. Today I woke up and could not find one of my seahorses in the tank, after looking around with a flashlight I saw one of them had gotten stuck to the overflow box I quickley scooped him up and he is now residing in my sump. I also took the other seahorse out and put him in my sump as well. From the short time I had these guys in my tank I noticed a few things. Most people state they are picky eaters and need to be feed 3 times a day. Well that would end up leading to high nitrates even in a nice established aquarium. My feeding methods seemed to work just fine. I was amazed to see them eat such big pieces of mysis shrimp. Second My tank has some good flow in some areas and some really mellow flow in others. It didn't take long for these guys to find places they likes. Here is the real kicker. At times these guys will be hanging out on the bottom looking like they are just downing some beers and all of a sudden it looks like they just shot up some speed. BAM they would take off and be all over the tank, that ended up being a bad thing as they would always get too close to my overflow boxes. If you ask me they actually looked like they had fun swimming up to my return lines and getting swept across the tank and back down to the bottom. I didn't buy these horses with the intention of housing them in a sump. Not much point in that for me, I really don't like laying on my side on the floor to check them out, also being 6'3" doesn't help. I will more than likely just be taking these guys back to the LFS. I do believe that I could have kept these guys for quite some time in my big tank. One of the biggest dangers were my overflow boxes I tried a few things to help but at the end of the day it was only going to be a matter of time till they got stuck in them. I have not housed them long enough to give any other examples of how they might have faired such as starving, disease etc... If nobody went against the grain and tried new things how boring would this world be? If Michael Jordon quit basketball after getting cut from his highschool team basketball would never have been the same. I can go on and on with this type of talk. Anyways that's the latest update I have as of now. Thanks to those who have followed and behaved in a mature manner.