Hello! I'm interested in a new acrylic tank--as small as 46 gallon bow front or up to 75 gallons (will decide later). Its a show tank so I really want an attractive stand or table for the tank to go on (almost invisible stand or table actually Bc I want the stand to be the main draw). I also want doors or some hidden area for the cords. If go with a table (not a specific aquarium stand) a rectangle it's easier to find a shape for. The question is and I'm truly unsure--can I use a non solid (meaning not having a center support and only having two legs on each end) table made of acrylic or glass for a 50 plus gallon acrylic tank? Or do I need wood but without a center support? Or do I need a solid center support for acrylic tanks? I thought that acrylic tanks are lighter than glass but need more solid support stands (like solid underneath with a center support) but they do weigh less so maybe I'm wrong? I only ask how they are relative to glass Bc I know glass and what it needs a bit more. But mainly I'm wondering about the support needed (and if anybody knows of some clear or very subtle stands or tables that's awesome!).