I am currently planning a 24x24x12" frag tank, and I am curious whether a cuttle would fair well in such a tank. Plans: Primarily SPS, if a cuttle were kept, no stinging coral would be kept (no LPS, no zoa/paly) Large sump (50+ gallons) Large skimmer + algae turf scrubber Carbon reactor + GFO (if turf scrubber does not keep up) Snail/Hermit CuC. No shrimp nipping at coral! Powerful lighting (500+ PAR)* *I am concerned this might be an issue for a cuttle. Are cuttles stressed by high lighting? This would be a powerful LED array supplemented by 4x T5. Sourcing food/maintaining live food would not be an issue, and water would be crystal clear. Flow rate would be rather high, likely with a shielded VorTech. Actual display volume would likely be 24 gallons (10" water column), with a >75 gallon total system volume. Would the very low tank height be an issue for a cuttle? I think I've covered everything. Are there any issues I might encounter, and/or are cuttlefish incompatible with this type of setup? This would not be a standard eggcrate platform frag tank. It would be a fairly standard tank with live rock and sand bed, it would simply never have a consistent coral stock. SPS would come and go frequently.