I have a 30 gallon cube that has been cycling while i was trying to figure out what will be going in it..Being the SPS nut that i am i was originally planning to have yet another SPS tank :) So, i added the rock, skimmer, fuge, and PC lights which have been in the closet collecting dust but, i figured id break them out to keep some color on the rock till i decided what i was putting in the tankl and what lighting demands those creatures would have.... This time i went with a bare bottom tank which brings me to my questions.... After reading the articles stickied to the top i have noticed that it says cuttles like to dig in the sand but a DSB may not be a good idea. I also noticed it said they dont like intense lighting. I have seen a few people on here which seem to have a good grasp on cuttles keeping these animals with montiporas, acroporas, and other corals with a demand for high intensity lighting. So, i was wondering what may be the best idea for lighting a cuttle tank? T5 HO, metal halide/T5 combo? straight metal halide with no supplement lighting? My other question is would a barebottom tank pose any issues? Finally, i know Octo's are know escape artists...are cuttlefish the same? would a lid be in my and the cuttles best interest? Thanks in advance, I am just trying to get the setup "dialed in" before welcoming any new inhabitants.