Thanks :)Coral goby, pair of clowns and a flame hawk are all great additions. The catalina goby is trickier I think because it lives in cooler waters though I think they can be kept in a standard reef setup.
For corals touching I think there was a standalone thread but best I can find is this: http://www.thereefuge.com.au/board/threads/coral-interaction.4078
What are the Pros and Cons on the filter in the first chamber??It is a restriction of flow getting to the pump pipes from memory. Are you still running the sponge in the first chamber? If so, cut it in half or remove it all together. It isn't really required. If any of the filter material is fine at all that will slow the flow down and cause the micro bubbles. They are a bitch but once gone the tank should run sweet. Oh yeh, another solution is to extend the intake pipes on the bottom of the pumps.
Pro. it catches a lot of dirt and stuff from your tank, that is why the best thing is to half it's sizes.What are the Pros and Cons on the filter in the first chamber??
Last chamber only has the bio filter media. I have a canister with the coarse sponge in it but after a few mths will get rid of it.
Whats peoples opinions on what I should have in the canister?