Yeah, that's my thread. I did it and it works great. Some disadvantages to what I did versus this. 1) My heater is siliconed in and so cannot be easily replaced or serviced. 2)That's pretty much it. My biggest concern with using the watertight fitting is that I use one to keep my pH probe inline and it has a tendency to not be all that water tight. Especially if it gets bumped at all.
As far as performance goes I think having an inline heater housing is the best. I love not having to see it in the tank.
Last edited by briandmiles; 07-12-2007 at 06:40 PM.