Hello everyone My tank is a custom 110L made from 8mm thick glass with a 20cm center brace of 6mm glass. It is standing on top of a reinforced Ikea Tarva 3-drawer dresser. The reinforcements made are 2 added feet (you can see the front one in the middle on the picture, and there is the same in the back), a wooden brace in the middle (between the two bottom drawers) to prevent the sides from bending, a pair of wooden beams under the top table to prevent the top from bending, a pair of load bearing wooden beams along the back (top to bottom), and metal angle brackets to prevent skewing. The dresser is screwed into my plaster wall to prevent wiggling (but this doesn't bear any load). The stand rests on my uneven hardwood floor and I was hoping its weight would even it out. But it's been filled for a couple days now and even though all the legs are touching, there is still a good difference of water level between the left and right sides. On the left, the water is at 7cm from the top, on the right it's only 5cm from it. Aesthetically, I don't mind. But structurally, is this a big deal? Will the tank-stand-floor bend more and more until something cracks? Or will the weight of the tank correct this over time? Or will nothing happen? If it is a problem, how do I fix it without emptying the tank?