Why would you do that? *Awkward look*
Thanks for link!! roud:I know it's slightly bad form to post a link to the 'other' forum. However, your question is just too, too similar to what this other hobbiest is just now posting about:
Great journal w/ good photos too.
Thanks for the info spypet! roud:it might make sense if you had a bulky rock or wood formation in the back, then wanted to keep your square front for foreground plants. keep in mind that bow front tanks often use a clearer grade of materials in front only, so viewing through the flat back might be a waste.