Wow. Ok, you have some nice equipment. You also appear to be missing some equipment. Do you have an overflow box?
Your sump has a return pump with 2 returns on a ball valve. This is fine. Getting the water to the sump will require an overflow, which hopefully you have. If not, you can order one online.
The sump is a very old design without baffles for water regulation. You may want to gut the sump and then glue in baffles. More information on sumps here: http://www.tropicalfishkeeping.com/m...g-sumps-15930/
You have 2 protein skimmers, both simple counter current models, with a venturi for mixing air with water. You did not post pictures of the water pumps that power the protein skimmers. Do you have them yet? The skimmers will sit in the large chamber insider the sump, which won't leave much room for the return pump. This is another reason to modify the sump, because it is currently set up to perform more as a biological filter, which is really a freshwater filter. More on that here: http://www.tropicalfishkeeping.com/m...shwater-31955/
Your lighting looks very nice. Wake can provide more details on the specifics. He has more background with different light fixtures.
The concept of marine aquarium filtration is to create a natural system that processes or removes waste without introducing any harmful byproducts. This is accomplish with a protein skimmer, live rock, and live sand. I do not see any rock or sand pictured above, so you would benefit from Marco Rocks The finest aquarium rock available, base rock, live rock, reef rock, marco rock, reef tank saltwater fish, live corals, Marco rocks, Fiji live rock, Tonga Live rock
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. This will give you enough rock to get started and enough sand for the proper sand bed depth of 4'' to 6'' that you want in a marine aquarium.
Hopefully this helps. I have no idea what your background in the hobby is. If any of the concepts are confusing just ask. It would also benefit greatly if you would read some of the "build" threads in our Pictures&Videos area. This is the easiest way to visualize what you are trying to accomplish.