I had a slight issue with oxygen depletion (I believe) with a sudden fish death (all in one night, while all water quality tests were OK). I did notice a slight film on the surface, which makes me believe it may be oxygen depletion. Obviously the first thing to do is re-aim my power heads. The tank I am talking about here is a Red Sea Max for my daughter. It has two powerheads built in, but I can only run one at a time becuase if they both run, they sometimes overpower the amount of overflow going through all the filtration, chiller, etc. (I may cut the amount of pre-filter media down some more and just clean/replace more often). When I did this (go to only 1 pump) I added a Koralia inside the tank. My question is how I should set this up. It looks like others have said that having the powerheads on opposite ends is causing some film build up. I originally set it up this way because I thought (probably in error) that the two jet flows would cause more agitation when they meet. However, I have seen some say to put one near the bottom. So, should I continue to leave the two permanent mount powerheads pointing down towards all the live rock, and move the Koralie down low also and point in a similar direction, but upwards? Any help would be appreciated.