Yay! Got the tank leak tested, cleaned up, and stand repainted. My hubby added a 2nd door for easier reach through in the cabinet in case I choose to change systems. I'll be running a Fluval canister initially. I'm curious to see how that goes. I got the dry rock in and spent all day selecting, placing, and attaching pieces. I decided on pukani from BRS for the bulk of the rock. Took me a while to find the right drill bit to work through the rock without chiseling it in half. I used tonga shelf and a couple pieces of branching tonga. Acrylic rods hold the main structure together. There are a couple of pieces of well scrubbed live rock in there too. I'm hoping to hold onto a bit of that corraline. Now to let the dry rock cure for a few weeks. Patience is not my strength. What are your preferred methods, temp, and water change routines for curing dry rock?