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Looks nice. The stone that's acting as a tabletop on the right 1/3 of the tank, I would move. It completely levels off the "elevation profile" of the tank. Just my 2 cents.
 

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Thanks for the remarks. I got the stones right by my house. I live close to a river and live in a subdivison called River Rock for obvious reasons. Rock here is certainly plentiful. I was psyched that the Cichlid Sand matched so well.

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I had it without the flat rock before. I thought it looked better and it made that nice cave. I may take it out..not sure.
 

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your setup looks very nice.
 

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It looks very nice. :thumb: My only suggestion would be to maybe paint the one filter intake black, the one that is on the right hand side of the tank.
 

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Looks great :thumb:
 

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Yeah, I was wondering what I'd do with that rock if I removed it, since it would leave a big gap in that side of the tank. I was trying to think of a way that you could set it vertically without it looking too "placed." Either way, I do like the choice of rocks.
 

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Any recommended aquarium safe paints or such for the filter intake?

Do you guys think this setup will work for a demasoni tank? I may decide to go for the challenge.
 

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Try and find some krylon fusion. Made for bonding to plastic. I used it with no issues.

Nice looking tank. Dems would work just fine.
 

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Beautifully round stones. Crystal SJclear water, and looks very clean.
 
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