So I work in a research lab in my university and we'll be getting cuttles soon so we can do research on them over the summer. It's going to be a student-run project, so my labmate and I are entirely in charge of acquiring tanks, setting them up and getting cuttles, etc. (though our research grants will be paying for them, of course). So, you guys will probably be seeing a LOT of me on these boards, since I have minimal experience taking care of cephs (we have two nautiluses I care for, but from what I hear, cuttles are much more difficult) and I'll have a lot of questions. First off, how soon should I prep their tank before I get them? I've seen a number of different suggestions-- some people say you should let the water circulate a few days before getting them, some sources say you should wait a few MONTHS--- any insight? Oh, p.s. we are getting two S. officinalis, and considering two S. orbignyana as well.