I started a reef tank about three months ago. As of this evening, I now have two saltwater tanks. Originally I was going to use a 55g tank but everything I read said bigger was better and I had a 90g tank. So, it became the reef aquarium-until I upgrade to a 120g from the 90g. The thing is, I have all this equipment-an aquamaxx skimmer rated at 75g, a light, an empty tank, chaeto, a bunch of pumps-thank you person I bought the 120g tank from Saturday! Even threw in a phosphate reactor and lines, nets, live rock, ceramic frag supplies, 3 five gallon water containers, lines of various sizes and much more! So, you guessed it 1971roadrunner, I just finished getting the 55g tank ready and so when I move to the 120 from the 90g, I will move the psuedochromis to the now running 55g tank. I know that this tank will not have invertebrates as psuedochromis are not to trusted around them, thus fish only. I do have a blackcap basslet that I could put in there but I think it is safe for invertebrates but not positive as I have now found contradictory information. Thoughts?