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  1. A controller isnt necessary for everyone. However, if you are into tanks, slightly techy, and into automation it is totally worth the buy! Any controller is gonna hit the wallet with the initial purchase, and that is just the start of it. You are going to add to it, with different expansion sets to help you be more in tune with everything that is going on with your tank. So keep that in mind if you buy a controller there will be more cost as you start to understand and get everything situated the way you like it. Worth is in the eye of the beholder. $800+ to my wife = definite want, not a need. Me, I wouldn't start or have a tank without a controller. Although I am a GHL guy... I would consider it a good purchase.... APEX BOO.... GHL YAY!!!... Just kidding. Both are great products and if you make the purchase I am sure you will be happy with it in the end.
  2. Hello everyone! I am placing an order with GHL, so if you have been eyeballing anything or would just like to reup on supplies let me know. Everything shipped to your door, COVID free
  3. Not sure what the issue is, but MD hasnt been the same since Jeff left a while ago. Seems as if contact and assistance with it had dropped off. I havent received any new information, but will consult with Jesse, since I kinda fell off the face of the earth as well.
  4. Well a new northern KY store has spurred my interest again in the hobby. It was a wild and crazy ride there for a minute. From a definite high to an all time low, for sure. Well my tank is not to its former glory, but it is still kicking. I lost a ton of SPS, but most everything else seems to be fairing well. I guess thats what happens when you take your tank to 89*, and then drop all your lights in the tank. Shockingly refreshing! Anyways, for those of you local to the Cincy area or just up for a drive, there is a new store in northern Kentucky call Reef Life Aquatics. A local hobbyist ended up opening a shop, and it is super clean. If you havent checked it out all ready, it is worth the visit. Prices are reasonable on fish, and coral selection is small right now, but growing. Here are a couple of pics from when I stopped in the other day. Hope everyone is well, and enjoying the COVID summer! 2528 Hazelwood Dr, Crescent Springs, KY 41017 11-7 All Week
  5. OH yeah! I remember. I totally forgot about that.
  6. Bummer. This has not been my experience with GHL.
  7. Nice tank! I have been bouncing ideas off of Jen and Jeremy about my next build for the last two years. This is exactly the route I am wanting to go... exact measurements, closed loop, PVC bottom... You ordered my tank. Lol! Can't wait to see what you do! I am down in Anderson so if you ever need help, don't hesitate to reach out.
  8. I am sure we will have another one at some point. It might be a few months though. Hopefully you will get it soon! I got my stuff a couple days after the order. I didn't get anything big though. Just replacement supplies.
  9. Yeah.he always has really nice stuff, but you are pretty much paying retail.
  10. Add me to the list. I lost mine too.
  11. crimsonvice

    Whitecheek Tang

    They have a similar temperament to powder blues. If you went this direction, I would add it last.

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