If you have read Twin Bommies, you will be aware that I am upgrading that tank to a 6ft. Here are my plans for that Andrew is building the stand, it will be from a wooden frame and will be clad in 18mm MFC which he will get from work. The unit doors will be the matching colour Kitchen or bedroom doors on soft closure hinges. There will be a seperate unit at the side for an auto top off reservoir and electrics store with somewhere for me to keep utensils and test kits. Here is a rough sketch. The 1 drain from the tank will drain into the seahorse refugium but instead of being drilled at the side for this as in the picture, I will make a square pipework frame with pipework corners and drill holes into the piping to make a spray bar. This should cut down on noise and provide the all of the little flow the sea horses actually need. The second drain will go into the section of the sump that the protein skimmer is in. The first section of the sump on the right will drain into the sump tank on the left via pipework behind the sea horse tank. The sea horse section will not have a door on this will be open to view. The second sump section will have some chaeto lit on a reverse cycle to keep pH stable. Well, the first hurdle to this project was my 55g South American freshwater tank. With that in place the decorating could not begin, also that is where the 6ft tank is going. The first hurdle is now out of the way as the tank was moved to my mums house this afternoon. Before Quite a while ago now, aquascape different) During After ish The room is a difficult room to decorate as the ceiling is vaulted to a height of approx 16ft. This means at a size of 24ft x 13ft, we need scaffolding in here in order to paint. The two end walls are being wallpapered in this paper (The background colour has come out strange on the pic and the flowers are more aubergine.) The floor to go down is this a solid hard wood flooring. The joists need to be rechecked before this can go down. Step 1 complete. Step 2 will be to decorate Need to find the glass tank though, 6x2x2 or 6x1.5x2 (LxHxD). It will not take long to build the unit as Andrew will have access to the machines at work, he works with kitchen unit MFC anyway, he will just do it after work and weekends. Should take no longer tha a week once he starts it.