I've been "re-cycling" this tank for several months now. It contains about 40lbs of (almost) live rock and several inches of (almost) live sand. It went down due to neglect around a year ago. I can't make up my mind about stocking. Right now, I'm thinking valentini puffer, 2 oscellaris or percula clownfish, and a chalk basslet. I am also considering the valentini puffer, 3 pajama cardinalfish, and a chalk basslet. However, I am concerned it will be overstocked. The valentini puffer and chalk basslet are the 2 species I really want in the tank. Unless I pick a more aggressive species, I was going to add the basslet first and the puffer last. The other species was going to be added 2nd. I may attempt some inexpensive palys and zoas to see if the puffer will leave them be, but that's up to the puffer. LOL! What do our saltwater keepers think?