Hey farely new to cephs and thought that I would start my ceph adventure with these awesome little guys. After a month of daily research, I found almost everything there is to now about cuttles except a few things. But first I would like to share my plan. I will order 4-5 eggs from Ocean Pro Aquatics. Im only planning on keeping 2 cuttles (hopefully a female and male for a chance of eggs) but will have more eggs in case some dont make it early on. The tank will be a 34gallon red sea (i have one for a reef and it is perfect and functions great!). LR will not be overstocked and there will be a few arches and caves around the tank. The only livestock in there will hopefully be the 2 cuttles, some snails and hermits and a brittle star (I read cuttles tend to leave these guys alone) for a CUC, and of course coral (no LPS just some polyps hopefully zenia and some softies). The eggs will be raised from birth. The ones that hatch will be placed in a breeder net for the 1st month of their lives. After that I will move them to the main tank. At about 2 months, if more than 2 are still happy and well, I will have to find a new home for the others (prolly my LFS). For feeding, they will be fed pods and mysids from birth (hoping to start a culture(5ish gallon tank for shrimp and later on crabs)) up until one month. i will toss the pods into the net and let them go at them but place mysids in for each individual and monitor how many each gets. then i will start freezing dead mysids to wean them onto frozen food. after they are around an inch long (1-2 months) i will start feeding them shore shrimp (hoping to start a culture too after the mysids are gone from the food tank) and hopefully any meaty frozen food if they will readily accept. after 3 months (or around 1.5-2 inches long) hopefully i can stop using live food all together and just use frozen shrimp, silversides, and other meaty marine foods. to keep their hunting skills at their best i will occasionally throw in some live fiddlers and to also give them some fun in their lives. Now for the qsts. 1) how many mysids(birth to 1month) should i feed each cuddle each day after the pods that will be free floating in the breeder net? 2) how many shore shrimp (1.5-3months) should each cuddle be getting daily? 3) what is the best food for cuttles 3+ months and how many of these should each be getting daily? 4) what is the best temp for the tank to increase longevity and promote mating and viable eggs? I read about some guy who had a cuttle produce 200+ eggs and live longer than he thought it would since his thermometer broke and his tank was at 73F instead of his previous 75-78F. just want to know if cooler temps (not freezing but low 70'sF will do all this. THX!!! My future cuttles will thank you!