i'm moving to houston at the end of may and i'm not really sure what i'm going to do with my tank. i'm definitely not getting out of the hobby, but i'm trying to decide whether or not i should bother moving all of my existing water and corals. ideally i'd like for the move to be as simple as possible, but i'm just dreading having to move 100 or so gallons of water along with everything else 5 hours away in a uhaul. i moved everything a year ago, but that was just 5 minutes away so i didn't really have to worry about keeping heaters and powerheads in with the livestock and i could make all the trips i wanted to. if i moved everything to houston, time would be a factor and i'd have to worry about getting everything set back up ASAP. which do ya'll think would be the better option? 1. move everything and get the tank back up and running the day of the move 2. move only dry goods + LS/LR (sell livestock), then take my time making new water and setting up the tank for option 1, what kind of containers would be the best to move the water in? trash cans hold water great but they leave a lot to be desired in the mobility department option 2 seems feasible, and it would give me a chance to kind of get a fresh start. my only concern is that i have some fish/corals that i just cant part with. along with a royal gramma and false perc clown, i have a few sps pieces and a frogspawn that i really want to keep. would any of ya'll be willing to act as a coral-sitter and hold on to them while i get my tank back up and running? maybe i should check with something fishy since finding enough tank real estate in home aquariums might be a challenge. (since some of the coral are attached to LR) in that case i'd just have to worry about them accidentally getting sold! any input ya'll have is appreciated.