So I got my birthday corals in today along with my new frag shelf, which ended up being free because it took and extremely long time to even be put into the mail system. Anyway ... I am super excited. When I opened the box today I counted all of the separate little baggies and ended up with a bonus coral! I received 15 in all!! I had been looking for some torches that were a bit different and found a couple along with a lower priced more common one. They sent me a free torch with the order! I also got some pretty acans, zoas, cyphastrea, leptoseris, a monti of some sort. I'm working on my zoa garden and plan to do an acan garden also. I plan to dip and quarantine these new corals, separate from my other QT probably for a couple months or so to hopefully keep any pests from entering the DT! So I'll have plenty of time to plan out where everything will go! I'm sure there will be some rearranging and possibly some fragging in the mean time. I know I need to thin out my frog spawn and some green dot yumas, but I'm not sure if that's all. This day completely got away from me ... my wife was off and we had lots to do and ended up being gone or busy all day. I kept the box warm until I could mess with it but that wasn't until late tonight! Everybody looks ok so far but I decided to just float the bags in the 20 gallon with fresh water, heater and powerhead until morning when I can set up a proper dip station and get them settled into the tank. Clean tank, new frag rack and new corals. Now all I need is a good light for them! I don't want them to just survive but to thrive and look beautiful while in QT! Hopefully I can get a better light this week. We just spent a ton of money on a new washer and dryer and new dishwasher today though, so buying a light may have to wait. I'll post pics tomorrow of the new setup and the dip station and everyone displayed on the new rack! I can't wait to see them all open and lit up! I really want to start messing with it now but I'm seriously about to fall asleep typing! I just turned 37 but I feel so old sometimes! Anyway ... enough about me. Stay tuned for fresh corals tomorrow!