hello all. i am ace and i am a reef addict. i am about to enter the world of ceph addiction as well. we have two marine setups in our house. one is a 180 gallon display with a 60 gallon sump/fuge that houses our lps coral collection and a couple of fish. the other is a 240 gallon display with a 75 gallon sump/fuge and an attached 50 gallon clam tank built into a side table. the display houses our sps coral collection and a bunch of fish. it is in the clam tank that i am considering a venture into cuttlefish keeping. i have always wanted one since seeing the the cuttlefish reef setup at a museum in houston, tx. on this setup, i am running a beckett skimmer, calcium and kalk reactors, and a chiller to keep the water at 78 - 79 degrees the only thing i have in the clam tank is sand on the bottom and clams. i know i will need to add some liverock - i was thinking some cool tonga branches - to provide hiding places. i am planning on keeping S. bandensis since they stay small. i am just now starting to do some research, but am really eager to learn and get the ball rolling.