So I finally got a bigger tank and I'm super pumped about setting it up, even though I know it's going to take a long time before I get all the parts ordered. The guy I got it from even threw in some of his old piping to go with it so there isn't a lot of plumbing to do.\n \nI'll post pics of the tank a little later, promise.\n \nSo first question:\nI'm just about to order a RO/DI system from purewaterclub. The needle valve that comes with the unit to pierce the existing pipe, is the puncture hole permanent? What happens when you want to move it? Is there a different attachment I should order if I don't want to puncture the existing pipe? What have you guys done?\n \nI'm ordering some supplies from aquatraders as well. I know, I know but hey, they're cheap. So I'm going with the 75gal skimmer, the 700 water pump and the 4x 39W totalling 155W T5 lights.\n \nSo here's my plan of attack.\n1. leak check the tank outside.\n2. build a stand.\n3. set up ro/di\n4. set up tank on stand and start working on plumbing.\n5. install sump\n6. get the system running with freshwater checking for leaks etc.\n7. add the skimmer\n8. add sand ( I'm think aragonite)\n9. transfer all contents from the 10 gal tank to the new tank, which includes about 8 lbs of LR\n10. get more LR!!\n \nI'm hoping the tank will be fine for a bit without much LR since I only have the one clown fish, as I add more and more over time hopefully will get more fish to occupy the huge space.