Yeah, so here's my 20 gallon SPS (Small Polyp Stony Coral) Reef Tank.
*20g Oceanic (24x12x16h)
*Custom Metal Stand (built it myself)
*Custum 10g Sump with Live rock, cheatomorpha algae for natural removal of phosphates and an AquaC Remora protien skimmer to remove organic protiens
*Approximatly 35 lbs. of Live Rock and 20 lbs. of Live Sand
*To get water from the display tank to the sump, I have a CPR Continuous overflow box raited at 600 gallons per hour and I have a Mag-5 pump (500 gallons per hour) for the return from the sump
*For my main source of water movement I have a Mag-9.5 (950 gallons per hour) on a closed loop system with four locline outlets. The return side of the closed loop system is mounted along the tank's trim and the locline outlets are just under the water's surface, so the only visable part of the closed loop system is the instake pipe and the four locline nozzles.
*Turn over rate of approximatly 72.5x
*I have many different SPS coral, a good mix of Montipora and Ancropora and a few others
*I also have a firstgrad/ultra T. Maxima Clam
*I have three fish; A. Clarkii, P. Fridmani, and a Six-Line Wrasse
That's all I can think of as far as specs go, but I would also like to shar a picture of my clam
Post your reef tank!!!