I have been adding some rocks and trying to make more room for the sps in my tank, and like the way the aquascape has been set up .
However, since I have been adding lots of live rock over the last couple of months trying to create more new spots for the new colonies, I think my tank has been cluttered with too much LR and maybe some of the corners of my tank could be cleared giving the overall appearance a more clean tank look. My tank isn't that big either(60 gal cube) so if I reorganize the whole thing, I might end up with more room for new corals and also a different cooler aquascape.
I like fiji LR, with their "branchy" look. I might remove some of the big round pieces I have in the tank, move them to the sump, and glue all remaining longer pieces in a "tree"like look, with sps shooting from all the branches.
I will also rearrange the bottom, with GSP covering everything but not touching the pillars where the sps will be coming out of. Maybe I will take all the water out, save it in buckets, remove unwanted rocks, glue and rearrange the others, and put all the water back.
I think since all the rocks and water will be the same , my sps should not feel any difference, or would they?
I hear stories of people moving and once placing it all back together then some sps end up dying...
Anything I should be paying attention to?
I think will also do a good clean up of the sand once a I remove everything, my tank has been running for over a year and im sure a good syphon of some corners would help by now!
I will be posting pics of the new aquascape once I get it done over the weekend.