Well we would have loved to bring you more on the highly coveted RSM250 but when we returned to our LFS to take more pics and do another tour of the kit, the all in one set up had been sold within two days. This fourth part will have to be our final installment of the RSM250 in the wild until we see one set up and growing some animals. So far we’ve given Red Sea a free ride on the RSM250 but when evaluating the lighting and canopy we came across our first major complaint with the system. The lighting unit holds 6 T5 bulbs in a common hammertone reflector and we speak for many reefers who would have rather seen 4 T5 bulbs each with their own individual reflector. The light output would probably be the same but with reduced heat to the system and decreased power consumption. To manage the heat Red Sea bumped up the included dual fan assembly which is fully removable for cleaning or replacement. Finally, the hood includes a single timer but now there are two power switches so that the white and actinic lights can be independently controlled. Although it might be minor, the lighting also now has a user accessible fuse. It would suck to have the entire lighting out of order because some obscure little 10 cent fuse had blown but was inaccessible. And yes the canopy does include some moonlights.