Our two little GSP's came home yesterday. One re-homed and the other from the same batch as him at the LFS. Tricky operation as had to drip acclimate one for an hour as coming from lower salinity then float him in a box while getting the other so they could go in at the same time. So far they're getting on well with each other, very interactive with us (they got upset when we turned the light off for the night) and eating voraciously. I'll be worried for ages as first puffers and first salt tank for me and a long day for them yesterday but they seem happy. There's a lot of debate regarding when to put GSP's in higher salinity but proper puffer people tend to concur full marine as early as possible is ideal. These are from the same batch, probably siblings. The larger, healthier looking one lived in full marine for 4 months before being re-homed with me. The smaller, thinner one had remained in brackish at the LFS.