I'm planning to go with the freshwater and specie of 8 to 12 Colomesus asellus (amazon puffer).
The light will be between Radion XR15FW (2 units) or AI prime HD FW.
In few days, i will update the stand picture, i buy some door. Look very nice, need to sandblast.
Look into The Tetraodon schoutedeni puffers. Great puffers.
The hear-say states the asellus, mentioned above, have teeth that grow quite fast in comparison to most puffers, but if the proper snails are used, it may be just fine.
A note from a friend was to snip off and discard the pointy tip from the trumpet snail's hard shell and then toss a few of them in for your puffers.
Ramshorn are crunchy too.
The Vectra S1 should be a good choice.
The M1 is supposedly hit or miss for when the production date was, but the customer service is said to be top notch.
The Large L1 pump was said to have heat issues as well as other mishaps.
The M1 pump is almost dead silent.
My Elos DC pump is nice, but not quite dead silent. Just a small whirr.
The Sicce DC series have some bit of negative chatter on the reef forums.
Sicce makes a DC style 6.0, 7.0, and the 9.0. Most places don't advertise the 6.0 model pump.
Reef Octopus has some good reviews. Check them out too.
If you have money to burn...Abyzz is the pump. German with a 10 year warranty. Look at the their videos just to see what makes them a step apart from the rest. Titanium parts are one part of it.
You can also run 2 S1 Vectra model pumps.
One pump to keep the water moving to the display, and the second to get the pipes full again and run silent as they resume the operational harmony they had when tuned.
Hit the feed mode on just one pump.
One pump is fine. Some reefers like the two pump option for redundancy.
The vectra S1 has the low feed mode that stays running anyways.
There are so many options to try. It's a journey.
Remember, you can always run a small Cobalt MJ900 in the sump pump chamber (last one) and return some of the water on it's own loop to the beginning of the sump for more cycles through the media without having to send it to the upper display.