03-16-2010, 04:24 AM
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IMO, not worth it. If theres any fragging to be done, do it and then put the frags into your display. the 10 gallon frag tank wont be as stable, which would just further stress. This would also mean you need another light source, powerheads, heater and so forth. if a "place" to put frags interests you, look into magnet frag racks, even DIY ones. Alittle further down the road when more corals are in play and even more expensive ones, AND you've def. decided this hobby is for you, i say start a small frag tank but i personally wouldnt waste time on one smaller then a 30 breeder and this way you could plumb it into your main tank to increase water volume.
while on this topic, the sand is prob. best left out to make cleaning in the tank really easy as well as the option to have excellent flow without creating a sand storm.