I have a 125G (48"x24"x24") reef tank that has been maturing since last November. It has five fish (2 mating clowns, 1 firefish, 1 green chromis, and 1 yellow headed sleeper goby) and 2 large skunk cleaner shrimp, plus a bunch of snails and micro hermit crabs. It has only one torch coral and a lot of halimeda macro algae. Due a warrantied defect, the tank needs to be replaced (bowing panel), so I have a replacement 120G coming out in the next couple of weeks. I have purposely not been building out this tank because I have been waiting since Q1 for the replacement tank (it seems like it has always been a month or two from being shipped out). I am thinking of converting the tank into a cuttle tank. Originally, I was thinking about plumbing in a smaller tank underneath for the cuttles and moving the sump to the closet behind the tank. And this is still an option, but how cool would it be to have 8 or so dwarf cuttles (S. Bandensis) in a 120G tank soft reef tank with a breeding nursery below? So I want to explore that idea further. Q1] I assume all of the fish and the coral needs to find other homes but what about the cleaner shrimp? They are rather large. Will they be eaten by an adult S. Bandensis? Q2] I read here that 8 adults were OK for a tank this size. Not sure if that is still the conventional wisdom? Perhaps that is too many? Q3] When I get to where I have several adults in the 125G display tank, can you just throw in ~200 Palaemontes Vulgaris shrimp? Will they eat this over time at a reasonable clip like pods for a mandarin? or will they gorge themselves and die? or have some other issue with this feeding approach? My thinking is that this could remove the ritual of 2x daily feedings for I assume a week or two at a time.