Hello, I've been shopping around for awhile now and decided to go with BML for lighting my 120g. I'm in need of some tips on lighting setup for my system. Tank: 120g (60"L x 18"W x 26"D) Substrate: ADA Amazonia Ferts: Dry Ferts w/ Dosing pump (won't be utilizing the dosing pump until my plants catch). CO2 Injection: Yes with solenoid/PH controller Fert Method: PPS Pro Dosing. I'm probably going to avoid EI due to the water change requirements to reset the water column each week. Light Requirements: High Plant Selection: Carpeting plants up front at 2" substate depth. Substrate will rise to about 4" towards the back. Mainly green focus on plants with scattered red plants. Fish Selection: Discus and L046 Zebra Pleco's will be the highlight fish. Will probably introduce a basic cleanup crew as well. The discus will be a variety of species and colour. Intent: Basically I'm trying to get to the point of having a beautiful heavily planted display worth aquarium where the plants suck the water column dry of any Nitrates. This will enable me to do minimal water changes except when I plan to reset the water column and reintroduce minerals back into the water from my buffered RO. I don't plan to introduce any fish to the aquarium for 4ish months until I can balance the lighting/CO2/ferts to keep algae growth under control. Now my first question is that I have fallen in love with your Nature Style 6500k XB Series. I imagine I should stick with the two fixtures but am unsure of the lens requirements to punch enough light to the substrate at the front. 75D up front 90D in the back? Just looking for some external feedback to ensure I'm facing the right direction before I purchase. My second question is in regards to shipping up to Canada. I'm just curious as to what I should expect in regards to shipping cost for 2 x 60" fixtures up to your good ole neighbours to the north (I'm cringing just thinking about this). Any info I may be overlooking would be greatly appreciated . Have a great day!