So, if you've read the last couple of threads you would know that things have not been great in my tank. I'm using this entire weekend to upgrade equipment, add a sump, and get my hardware to the best point I can possibly afford.\n\nMy question here is hopefully my last stocking question. This is a 40 gallon breeder reef tank. I currently have two young ocellaris clowns, I assume a mated pair based on their behavior and how they are always together, and about two weeks ago I purchased a red hawkfish, Cirrhitops fasciatus, since I've seen a few different english name variations. I also have an adult coral banded shrimp. Due to their similar size, the shrimp and hawk sized each other up at first (I was actually looking to rehome the shrimp) but they are now just staying away from each other. \n\nI see a lot of really interesting fish at my LFS, and I'm considering getting a dwarf angel or a six line wrasse. The wrasse is the safest option I think, since it would be the only animal darting in and out of the rockwork. However, I saw an absolutely beautiful flame back angel that's only about 2" long right now. Regardless, I would not add the fish until I get my equipment upgraded. But for what I have now, and attempting to be reef safe, would a reef safe wrasse be a better option than a dwarf angel, of any kind?