Hello fellow cephlapod lovers, I am seeking to put some corals and a small octopus in my cube. I have been thinking about the O. Briareus. My Cube has a good amount of live rock, hiding places, a concrete backing, a 8g refugium complete with 5 inch deep sand bed, a good oversize counter current skimmer (in ref), 18w UV light, small ozone generator, 100 micron filter bag (in ref), main system pump 265 gph, refugium pump is 600gph, 2 nano Koralias, 2x36w 50/50 pc's and other basic stuff. I have a good amount of experience with corals, fish and been around a lot of Octos. So, I was thinking of the Octopus in a few months after cycling the coral and fish (firefish, maybe clowns: used for cycling if they get murdered by the octo then they do). Coral I was thinking after some reading that I might be able to start some low current sps now so it gets good and attached before the octo tries to uproot it. Other coral include Mushrooms, yellow polyps, other calimorphs, zenia, and some various leathers. Some questions: 1) Anyone have any other good coral that will not hurt my new friend? (maybe zoas?) 2) Does anyone have successful experience keeping fish with this species? If so which ones and why do you think it works? 3) Does anyone have experience keeping them with koralia pumps? 4) Can they fit through the egg crate mesh used for lighting?