With me officially moving up into "Nano" category with my 10 gallon, I decided that I still wanted a pico tank somewhere. Specifically, I wanted one for my desk. The goals are for this tank to be pretty simple to take care of, and for me to just have to use equipment that I already own, or can get for cheap. I decided on the cheap Betta View tank that Walmart sells for $4.97, and you can find that here: https://www.amazon.com/Aqua-Culture...TF8&qid=1525313586&sr=8-4&keywords=betta+view This was my first saltwater tank! I had this tank up for about 4 months, and was fairly successful with some basic zoas and a finger leather, with a cheap Coralife 50/50 CFL and a Hydor Powerhead. I upgraded to a 10 gallon pretty quickly, but I did really enjoy this tank. I've decided to re-do the tank, and hopefully have it do a bit better this time around, with what I know now. No pics yet, but this tank won't need many. Going to be pretty simple, with a single piece of rock that I've picked out, a mini HOB (the AZOO Mignon 60), and a small heater. I had considered doing an AIO-type tank with the HOB intake and the heater in a separate partition, but with the tank being like 10" long, I'm not sure that's the best use of space. I'm also not sure that silicone would work for this kind of plastic. For not, I'll just deal with a massive heater and HOB in the tank. I'll probably be using a PAR 30 to light the tank, and I'll probably keep it super simple stock-wise. Maybe a grass shrimp or two, some zoas, some macros, and whatever I frag from my tank that I don't feel like taking to the store. I could throw into a cerith or something if need be, but I truly think that it'd be easier just to keep the glass clean myself. I'll cut a glass lid for it, to cut down on evaporation. I'll probably do an ATO, but with one of the tiny 12 OZ water bottles. Or, I could do a ridiculously large bottle, just to be weird. Not sure yet! I should at least have some pics of the tank dry by tomorrow evening, so stay tuned!