I ordered a seaclear 50g aquarium over the weekend with a built in corner overflow box. I initially went in to the store looking for a 40B glass aquarium and was going to drill my own overflow, etc, but I wasn't sure if the bottom of the tank would be tempered or not (and I wanted to put my plumbing going through the bottom). I fell in love with the seaclear and figured why not have them put the overflow in for me as well. That leads me to my actual questions, does anyone here have any positive or negative experiences with the SeaClear brand? I am greatly struggling with building a stand because I want to keep the width of the stand as close to the width of the tank as possible (for space saving) but I also know that I need some space under one of the back corners of the tank to allow for bulkheads to be installed and most of the tank stand plans/videos online I have seen do not account for this, meaning, that most of the back corner supports would be blocking where the bulkhead fittings, etc. need to be. I did a lot of research on acrylic and also understand that underneath the tank will need some support as well. My initial thoughts are to have half inch thick plywood with a layer of foam on top of that to support the buttom of the tank with a 6" x 6" hole cutout underneath where the bottom corner of the tank is. Does anyone have any advice, opinions, or ideas before I wrap up my planning and build my stand?