Hiya, I'm new to the hobby. I have a 29 gal with CC sub, about 15-20 lbs of LR (more comming though, no worries), a clip-on heater, a HOB carbon filter mainly using it for current, and a small PICO pump being used for flow as well. Right now, beides a few hitch hiking snails, bristleworms and some cute little pods, my tank is empty. It's almost at the end of it's cycle, and my first fish that will be added are two clowns. I'd just like having something to watch while I read up on other species, meaning my favorite, gobies. I want the whole tank to center around a Blue Mandarin, which I wont be adding until many months after I have my fuge set up, but anything that will bother it I don't want in my tank. I was just wondering if you can house different species of Gobies and Blennys together. I will be upgrading to a bigger tank eventually, probably a 100 gal, so I'd just like to know if some of these guys will be ok together. When I get money to build it, I will be adding another tank beneath mine that will be divided into a DIY skimmer, fuge, and sump. I know I've posted a few lists of stock on this site already, and I might be getting a tad annoying. Sorry for that, I"m just trying to get as much information as I can from different people. What I Like Are: -Blue Mandarin -Warpaint Clown Goby -Firefish Goby -Randall's Goby -Yellow Nose Prawn Goby/Red Banded High-fin -Midas Blenny -Yellow Head Jawfish Please don't flame me if it's a terrible idea to put any of these together, or in the nano for that matter. I'm comming here for opinions first before I really did any research. All must be reef safe, as well. **Also, since a few of these are shrimp gobies and I will have at least one pistol shrimp, is it safe to put more than one pistol in a tank together?