11-22-2006, 07:00 AM
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That's what they all say. Trust me when the acro bug hits you'll be way more interested in corals. The colors are amazing. The corals take on a personality. Fish are just fish. Also you don't have to have live rock, it only helps make things easier.
I'm going to state one thing again. This is my personal mantra.
Salt water tanks are no more difficult than freshwater. I just feel that most people do not put enough effort into their freshwater tanks because the fish are cheap, commonly available, and a little hardier and tolerant. For true inspiration think of trying to keep a "natural" freshwater tank full of plants and native woods and substrates. My freshwater tank is also very time consuming with 4 Eheim canisters, a sump, wet/dry, large lighting system, timers, 150lbs of driftwood, Tunze stream makers, 50% water changes bi weekly, etc..etc..