Well, no doubt this project will take a year before I even begin putting water in it, but I figured I'd start loading up pictures. Starting off with the used 125g AGA I picked up at my LFS. It's got 2 predrilled overflows at the ends. Dimensions are 72"L x 18"w x 20" h and heavy as all H3LL! Let's just hope it's got no leaks, otherwise this thread will be for not!\n\n\n[URL="http://s722.photobucket.com/albums/ww227/wontonflip/125gallon/?action=view&current=smDSCF7412.jpg"][IMG]http://i722.photobucket.com/albums/ww227/wontonflip/125gallon/th_smDSCF7412.jpg[/IMG] [/URL][URL="http://s722.photobucket.com/albums/ww227/wontonflip/125gallon/?action=view&current=smDSCF7409.jpg"][IMG]http://i722.photobucket.com/albums/ww227/wontonflip/125gallon/th_smDSCF7409.jpg[/IMG] [/URL][URL="http://s722.photobucket.com/albums/ww227/wontonflip/125gallon/?action=view&current=smDSCF7407.jpg"][IMG]http://i722.photobucket.com/albums/ww227/wontonflip/125gallon/th_smDSCF7407.jpg[/IMG][/URL]\n\nWe plan to diy the cabinet, like we did for the 45g. And because it's a large tank, we want more views on it, so we're going to put one of the shorter sides of the tank against the wall with the built-in overflows facing the back area of the room so it's not as visible. The sump and ATO will be in the utility room, which shares a wall with the one we will put the sump in. The fuge will be on top of the tank under the canopy.\n\nWe will also strip the carpeting under the tank area and put down linoleum, or even raise the stand a bit so we can do a drain in case of flooding. We may even go even further and build the canopy into the wall and make it look like the tank's built into the house :) I figure I'm spending this much time and money on it, might as well go all out!!! It will most likely be FOWLR, but if we go full reef, it's as easy as putting vents and a fan into the canopy. Such an undertaking!