Well, here are some pics. It cleared up yesterday but I just wanted to make sure it stabilizes before posting pics. The reef tank is back up, with almost no problems whatsoever.
I credit the filter's GPH the reason why the water is so clear. It turns my water over 50x in one hour. The unit isn't even very loud at all. I love these aquaclears, they never cease to amaze me. I've used 5, each one a durable and capable piece.
These urchins can really collect. I did some reading and apparently it still is not known why they do this.
My Zoos. :D
I didn't take pics of my torch because I had just repositioned it and it didn't look that great. It still is only coming out about halfway, and seems very weak. Personally I was surprised it managed to survive the tank change. I came home one night and found that my urchin had removed it from its spot on the rock, I found the urchin at the top rock with the coral nearly out of water. It looked like the urchin was trying to dump it down into the fuge. Maybe they are fighting.
ps I know I need to clean the back glass, salt creep is the worst. :(