Hi all, I'm new to this forum, and found it after posting this message on Reefs.org. I've decided to setup an Octopus tank. I used to keep them many years ago (around 1989-1991). I miss them, and had almost forgotten about them until I happened to come across a post in another forum on how much fun another hobbyist was having with his new one. I plan on getting a brand new tank, just to house him/her, with no other tank mates. The species will be Bimaculoides (Pacific Ocotpus, also found in the local waters here in San Diego). I plan on purchasing an aqua-cultured little guy/girl, about 8-10 weeks old. I plan on getting a 25 gallon tall, getting a generic dark blue light to keep the light levels low, some fine sand for the bottom, and multiple hiding places via rocks or other items (haven't quite decided what yet). Also plan on regulating his/her feeding so he/she won't get too large. I won't need a heater since it's a Bimaculoides species, room temperature should be fine. Also thinking about using a closed system or something similiar, like the Eclipse, if possible, so it will be harder for him/her to escape Since it's been awhile, does anyone who has actually kept an octopus have any additional tips, anecdotes, or advice?