It was not easy to get my hands on one but it finally happened...I think I may be the only person in Switzerland to own a 29 coralife biocube... The reason I wanted to get my hands on this model so badly was because iv read many posts of people "modding" them, and that appealed to me very much....plus I had some equipment catching dust so I figured "why not".... the Idea behind this tank was to provide a new home for my black and white occelaris that is in my 120g with two true percula. The occelaris often starts the "fights" with the male percula but usually looses them, also due to the fact my fat female percula comes in and clams everything right down... I have noticed that the occelaris fins are often damaged, nothing major, but clearly a situation of tension that im hoping to alleviate....plus Ill be able to get him a mate of his own in the new system. thats it in terms of stocking though, the rest of the inhabitants will be corals, mostly frags from my 120g specs Volume: 29 gallons biocube with the sand + single rock piece + equipment maybe 20 gallons actual water volume? Lighting: I replaced the stock lights with a radion G3, had to "mod" the light itself in order to fit it in the splash lens. the lights are running at 50% "radiant color"...haven't decided if this will be the final setting circulation: I replaced the stock return pump with a 800gph pump I had and added an mp10 running tsm at 50% filtration+ heater+ ato: a single 100w heater designed for 150l tanks, tunze osmolator nano, tunze 9004 skimmer (so happy I was able to mod the middle chamber to host this guy) and 22lbs of redseas "live reef base" as sand bed... thats pretty much it, started cycling at the start of the week and im looking forward to your comment and suggestions.