So after buying tank after tank, with plans of drilling and sumping, and making my own stand, the missus had enough of random glass boxes taking up the livingroom/shed/kitchen etc. To be fair, the rate I was going, I was never going to get it all finished, and the last thing she wanted was something that looked "a bit dingle". So I sold the aquareef 200 the other week, and relegated the 160l to the shed. The 125l continues to run for now with all my SPS and 20kg of live rock in it, and the nano with 10kg of rock and the 4 clown fish has been moved out of the way. Both these tanks will be squashed into the new one, and then sold on. Enter the all singing, all dancing, Reefspace 900. I ordered one from Steve at Burscough, and picked it up saturday. Headed up there, stopping en-route to pick up [MENTION=18281]HiddenReefer[/MENTION] as he was bagging a couple of bits. Turned up in the wife's Astra Coupe to this sight 20141011_145137 by McPikie, on Flickr ****!!! I thought the stand was flatpacked! Well, this was going to be a bit of fun. A brew and some surveying later, with a bit of "to you, to me", we managed to slip the sump into the cabinet, put the tank in first, then the rest behind it. I bet we looked a right pair of divs, driving back with our knees round our ears. The issue I have is that the alcove I have the tank in is 960mm wide, so any other tank was not going to fit, and this was going to be a squeeze when I factor in the skirting boards and plug sockets. Got back and slotted it into place with Nav's help (I owe you some Stella mate). 20141011_191646 by McPikie, on Flickr Today was spent cutting the padding to sit under the sump, and solvent welding the hosetail into the return 20141011_192520 by McPikie, on Flickr 20141012_140443 by McPikie, on Flickr 20141012_140726 by McPikie, on Flickr Need to pick up some polystyrene to sit the tank on, a 6 way, individually switched extension lead tomorrow and screw that into the cabinet, then pick up **** loads of water off everyone so I can get it up and running, then transfer all stock over. Exciting times ahead!!!