155 Bow Front
40 gal wet/dry, Euro-Reef RS135 skimmer, 6x 96watt power compact lighting. I'm guessing about 150 lbs of live rock and at least 100 lbs of live sand.
Keep an eye on your pocket book.
(1) Niger Trigger, (1) Flame Angel
(3)Green Chromis, (1) Green Mandarin, (1) Yellow Tang, (1) Lion Fish, (1)Juv. Emperor Angel, (1) Maroon/Gold Clown
Bubble Coral, Kenya Tree, some mushrooms, Frogspawn, and a couple of others that came on my rock.
In the hobby for about 8 months. Didn't take long to make the leap from a 46 gal to a 155.
When you see signs of stress in your fish, you can then take steps to identify the source of that stress and then to resolve it before it becomes a major issue.
If you're looking for a unique way to stock your new tank, give freshwater shrimp a try.
If your fish is suffering, you may want to consider euthanasia as an option to humanely end his pain.