I finally put the finishing touches on my 40 gallon hallway tank which is built into the wall. Pretty happy with the way this one turned out. Ended up really clean once I got the molding sorted out. Since it needs to be open at the top for maintenance, I was able to fab up some magnets on a top piece of molding that hangs from the upper cabinet doors and lets me gain super easy access to the tank for feeding and cleaning. Here are some pics plus a look under the hood. It’s a 40ish gallon 3 foot tank running a Fluval 407 & 207 with a Hyger in-line heater. Just a simple freshwater setup. I’ve got the two goldfish hanging out for the winter until I decide on a pond this summer. Other then that this will be a tropical community. Runs a Nicrew RGB 24/7 light along with a 24” rgb led bar in the back as an accent light. Weekly water changes which I can do almost automatically with a permanent water change system consisting of a piped in siphon hose that runs into the basement to a PVC main line and over to the laundry tub along with lines from my other two tanks. Then the refill is done via an RO/DI system with a float valve. I run hot/cold water at about 71 degrees in and have an alkaline demineralization filter in-line which gives me the perfect temperature and parameter matched water for every water change. Also its pretty nice to just open a valve, drain water, then flip a switch and the RO system autofills the tanks. It’s a great focal tank to walk by multiple times a day and really looks cool from my view from the office at the end of the hall at night time; accent lights are awesome, highly suggested. Well that’s pretty much it. Took a few months to perfect the setup and move around some livestock to get it to where it is now plus I was super lazy with the finishing touches but I’m glad I finally got everything wrapped up. Enjoy! And feel free to leave a comment if you’d like. Keep on swimming!