I have a 54 gal. corner bowfront that I would like to convert to a planted tank. Because of the shape and the surface area of the glass top, I am having trouble finding a fixture that will provide the needed wattage at an affordable price. I have found a Nova Extreme SLR T-5 Fixture that is the right size but includes two 24 W 10,000°K and two 24 W 460 nm actinic bulbs with a total of 96 watts. It is listed as a saltwater fixture but my tank is freshwater. From what I have read, the actinic bulbs are for saltwater and not recommended for freshwater tanks. Should I buy this fixture and replace the actinic bulbs with something else? Any other good suggestions? This is the type of fixture I want because it will fit on top of my aquarium, and the price is much better than a lot of the other bulb types. This would give me low/moderate light, which is fine with me.