Favorite size for me, hmmm has to be the 40 gallon long 48" x 12" x 16"!!!!!
I used to have one, wish I never sold it...
Got one under a 55. Lower profile makes it easier to work on than another 55 there.
Dilution is the solution for the pollution.
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Once you get rid of integrity the rest is a piece of cake.
Here's to our wives and sweethearts - may they never meet.
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My NEXT tank will be a 40 breeder. I have a 37 tall, now. While I like it, I can see many advantages to the 40b dimensions. At 18" deep, it takes quite a bit of work to get lush, thick looking scapes. I also really like the front to back dimension on the 40bs...A LOT more real estate to plant on, that way.
Part of it may be that I hate hoods, and LOVE to see scapes growing above the water line.
I just saw a freshwater planted coral frag tank. The guy had hasbrosus cories and some other small schooling fish and it was pretty sweet. It completely changes your depth perception and perspective. I'd get something like that.