You will love the Quasar. I use it for personal use and breeding, awesome as both...and STINKY!!!
Big fine babes in a little tent. With your hairy-knuckled appetite, a bigger room should fit about right.
And a big bulb, or three
I've been dreaming a scheme involving four bare vert 600s, checkerboarded with five over-achievers.
In the future I was thinking of trying universal bulbs in a DIY hemisphere with a big light in the theoretical center of the sphere and outside lights positioned on the circumference in accordance to the light patterns that the individual reflectors spread, as well as the inside of the hemisphere being reflective as well. It's going to take designing my own reflectors, though.
So... Your supply of excellent meds is substantial?
I found fairly cheap units on ebay for around 50-60 bucks that I was interested in.. When it comes down to it, the major part of an RO system is the filters, so even if the ones that come with it suck, I figure as long as the pipes are long enough, I'll be in good shape and filters always need replaced sometime in their life.
Definitely will want to go with some cal/mag.. I've read some people are just fine using epsom salt instead. I'm using BPN organics too, so I figure some epsom and a bit of micro will be sufficient
Oh Potchimp, you make me laugh. There are NO absolutes, only 'pretty damn nearlies'. What makes you think that your meter tells the truth? I think that you need an introduction to chaos theory, and boundry layers. There is no black or white, only shades of gray. Equilibrium relationships is another concept that pertains.
Wealthy corporations spend big bucks for laboratory equipment that produces water that is much closer to pure than the likes of me or you would ever have need for. 'Pure' is only a theoretical concept, not an actuality.