Hey everyone, I posted in the General part of this forum with my setup before I decided I would subscribe, but I will post it again here for reference. I am running into hair/thread algae (not sure of their differences, if any) with my following setup: 20G High 2x24 watt t5HO Current USA fixture Pressurized CO2 Dosing EI in accordance with the 10-20 gallon routine Eheim 2213 (Spraybar output blows from right side to left) My DC is usually lime green(ish), not much of a hint of yellow though because I have lost a couple fish recently trying to turn it up. After reading through the subscriber forum it looks like I may be wanting to achieve a better spread of my lights. I am currently using the supplied mounting legs which are about 3" tall giving me about 5"-6" tops of space between the top of the water and my lighting fixture. Tom, I read where you had lights hung at heights of more than a foot and I am thinking this could possibly help my issue. Does anyone have any suggestions for raising the light? I am living in an apartment so I do not think mounting it via the ceiling would be appropriate, but I am open to suggestions that would be practical and give a clean look. Thanks! Also, any other suggestions as to what I could tweak to beat this algae are welcome.