Sad times for my wife and I... Unfortunately we lost our entire tank during a move to a new house. We thought we were golden because the previous owners allowed us to setup a temporary tank and move all the contents prior to closing on the new house, but the outlet we used had a complete failure a day or so after setup in the new house. We didn't have any way of knowing of the power loss due to lack of internet, plus everything was setup on apex so we felt pretty confident we could go the week and a half without issue since everything was automated. About 4 to 5 days later I went to check on the tank and it just smelled of death immediately, nothing was alive that we could see, but in a last ditch effort we hooked up a larger canister filter crammed full of carbon to see if we could save anything and plugged the tank into a different outlet (different breaker entirely). The tank ran smoothly and started to clear up a couple days later, but then we went back 2 days before our close to find the tank was off again. This time it failed due to some incorrect wiring in the outlet box that the previous owner had done... I really think if anything had survived the first power outage, it was dead after the second outage. Also I will be having the wiring redone for that entire line. So all in all we lost a 125g tank full of SPS, LPS and some softies and all the fish we went through the rigorous quarantine process with. This is first for me and I completely understand the thoughts of getting out of the hobby after such a loss, but thankfully my wife has decided she doesn't want us to give up! Trying to look at the bright side, we will now be setting up the 265g in our new home and starting fresh. We'll be on the hunt for corals and fish sometime in the hopefully not so distant future.