I purchased the 93 Gallon Reef cube from Seth tonight. I decided that this would be more practical than trying to get the 350 gallon system setup in my living room. The only thing I really need to buy is sand, rock, and I will probably upgrade the lights. But the tank already has a sump and is plumbed, so I should be good to go. I'll post photos as I start getting things setup. I've got the stand inside, but I will have to wait until my dad comes home tomorrow to get the tank inside. This tank is going in my living room, against an accent wall. I think I am going to paint the accent wall a flat black. The tank stand is also black. I think this would really make the color inside the tank standout. And I think the light from the tank will keep the room from being "too dark." But I'll try to make this a photo heavy thread as I go. I've got some ideas for stocking that I'll share, and get your input. But buying rock and sand is the next step. So if you have any suggestions, let me know. I usually purchase rock from reef cleaners.org. The rock has lots of holes, and is usually nice. I'm thinking I'll go with them again. As far as sand, I know that I don't want anything really fine. I made the mistake of buying the really fine stuff for 28 gallon cube, and hated it. I've got some that's a lot larger in my 33 gallon. I'm not sure if it's crushed coral, or what. I got it from Petco, but it's been 3 years, and I can't remember what kind it was. But it doesn't blow around at all.