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Molinious 06-21-2012 07:17 PM

Definate case of MTS!
 
Iv have been sat here watching my happy fish in there new home and took at look at the corner aquarium i have, it looks in a sorry stae compared to the new 1.

I stil do the water changes and look after it as well as i always have, i even took some cuttings from the new tank and planted them in it, but its still missing the appeal it once had.

Then shock horror it popped into my mind, if i get get the other 45g designed, setup, cycled and planted, move the fish from the corner into it, i then have 3 choices

1, Totally rip the corner aquarium apart, do a redesign and getting it back up and runnning to its former glory

2, Sell the corner aquarium and in its place have 2 possibly 3 more 45g, including a yoyo loach species tank

3, Go for a monster aquarium of the dimensions 48" long x 36" wide x 24" deep ( just shy of 180g )and turn it into the aquarium of my dreams

All 3 ideas would take alot of work to do all with the sense of satisfaction and the desired look.

Iv got 3 aquariums and the more i look at what other members are doing and the countless videos on you tube i watch the more i want!

Please he3lp me to make up my mind and vote on which idea either 1, 2 or 3 i should go for. I would toss a coin but it doesnt have 3 sides

Varkolak 06-21-2012 09:15 PM

Roll a dice! 1-2; 3-4 ;5-6 try your luck, and if it lands on the one you didnt want then you'll know you didnt want to do it anyways xD

War Monk 06-21-2012 11:48 PM

As a bloke all I can say is that it's all about size!

Go large!

Varkolak 06-22-2012 06:41 AM

+1 to loving big tanks, those dimensions would be PERFECT for a stingray tank *drools*

Molinious 06-29-2012 03:21 PM

Ooops! Just bought another tank, only 2ft this time tho, will make a nice Shrimp tank in my bedroom

Romad 06-30-2012 06:11 AM

Go for #3 since you say it would be the tank of your dreams. Do it - do it - do it :)

fish monger 06-30-2012 10:02 AM

$$ are always my limiting factor. Taking that out of the equation, I'd "start" with the aquarium of my dreams and proceed from there. Why frustrate yourself :-)


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