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Ahhhh. Yeah thats what I was thinking. So do you think two computer fans in the back exhausting the air would be enough? Or maybe out the sides?I could just get a hole cutter and make it look decent. I put four computer fans on my light fixture and they work beautifully. Two in one side and two out on the other. But if I do my tank....I could do two out due to the small holes in the doors....it would act like a suction right? Only thing im concerned about is, I kinda dont want it to look cheesy. So do you think it would be okay to mount the fans in the back of the aquarium? By the way here are some pictures. I know the stand is a little big.....I made it to hold up to a 70 tall. And it currently has a 29 on it. But guess what....I can upgrade by just buying a new tank. There is a picture of the closed loop with a mag drive 5 on it. Its a little noisy.....but its sweet.......and my six line wrasse LOVES it. clowns are kinda iffy as of now. I have two filter socks on there because I was changing them every other day and it got annoying. There are NO joints in my return line so I get the best flow possible. My overflow box broke on me when i moved my tank.....:( SO i improvised and made a new discovery. I got a lees small specimen container.....drilled a tiny hole in the back and used that as my actual overflow......HOLY CRAP it works great!!!!!!! There is a picture there. The hole was so I could connect it to my old overflow backing...with the U tube. It stays siphoned even in power outtages....I checked. :) Damn I love it when things work out. :)