So, I spent my evening tearing down my 3 gallon reef to accommodate a new 5.5 gallon on my desk. My girlfriend is a chemistry major (biochemistry, specifically) and has really taken to my saltwater tanks in the past. Now, it seems she wants one where she can pick out stuff she likes, and I can't blame her. It's a lot of fun! She doesn't have room for a tank in her dorm, so I offered to set one up here if she got the tank itself. After buying two cracked tanks, we finally ended up with a water-tight 5.5! I just moved the equipment from the 3 gallon over, as it should be enough to keep things going. If not, I've got a HOB I can add. Equipment List: Top Fin Internal Filter (80 GPH, loaded with carbon) Tetra 50W Preset Heater (runs the tank at 76F) ABI 23W PAR 38 (socketed into a desk lamp) 5.5 gallon Aqueon aquarium Stocking List: Fish: Inverts: 15 Dwarf Ceriths 1 Florida Ceriths 1 Scarlet Hermit Crab Corals: Macroalgae: Codium Dragon's Breath Caulerpa Prolifera While I'm sad I tore down the 3 gallon, all of that stuff moved to this tank, and now I have the option of fish. Plus, I get to share my hobby with someone who's genuinely interested in it, and that's not something I've been able to do in a long time. For stocking, I'm taking her to the LFS tomorrow to pick a fish and maybe a frag out. I've got a good idea of what'll be okay in this tank and what won't, and I'll do a quick Google search to make sure we don't end up with something massive. The tank is already cycled since my rock is 100% cured. I may be adding a bit more rock in the near future, but I've got it "cooking", so it may be a few days. I'd upload a pic tonight, but it's still a bit too cloudy for it to show much. I'll upload a pic tomorrow of the tank, the frag, and the fish in QT. Thanks for the read!