My bimac arrived today. Hes very feisty and keeps trying to escape. I have been trying to convince him that he like it there, but so far no dice. Its going to be a long acclimation if I cant convince him to stay put... lol Take care if you order octopuses from this company. I will say the owner was very nice and helped me out with shipping and kept me up to date with all information. However he knows almost nothing about the care of octopuses and his transport leaves a lot to be desired. He is learning I guess but I personally prefer to work with people who know how to ship sensitive inverts so as to not need to worry if my octo got squished. I may be willing to order other things from him like LR or corals but fish and octos are out as far as I am concerned, at least for the time being. Update**** I feel I need to explain further on the shipping method used for the octopuses I received. In the video I saw of the octos they appeared MUCH larger so I asked for the youngest one he had. First shipment had a baby octopuses no older than 2 weeks. There was a container poked with holes floating in water in the bag, however the octopus was not in the container but swimming around in the bag. I was surprised it didn't get smooshed by the cup. The second shipment was the same except this time the box was MUCH smaller and the containers lid had popped off and the octopus was not in the water! Apparently either the bag got flipped during shipping or she just didnt like the water... either way she wasn't in the water and I have no way of knowing how long she was out of it. I guess my displeasure of these shipments is I have ordered both from Live Aquaria and Tom and BOTH were flawlessly packaged. Now having said that, I am sure this guy is just learning and he was very nice about everything however I feel he needs to learn more about octopuses before I order from him again. I am just glad this little lady made the trip and she was much larger than the first one I received.