Good: It is certainly not the smallest fish store in Seattle, the fw selection is interesting, and includes large fish. They are stocking marine fish, and they may not have the largest selection, but they have devoted space and several HUGE tanks to marine stock. The products on the shelves are a very wide variety, including parts for several different brands of equipment. If you think of something, but you don't see it, then ask because the retail shelves are stocked floor to ceiling.. Bad: The prices are competitive on many items AND the selection of (sand, filters, parts, aquariums...) stuff is better than most stores. These people care about the craft of keeping aquariums. Reward them by spending your money at their cash register.. Improvements: I am NOT an expert. BUT it looks like many of the tanks are serviced only by sponge filters. I LIKE sponge filters, but I am not sure it is enough for store conditions. I would rather see all of the fish healthy and in tanks that look perfect. However a dead fish or two would be a standard complaint from me, it is rare when a store can avoid a bad tank, or a dead fish.. Other: It is a treasure when an independent store can supply (1) great selection of products (2) nice people. I can think of maybe only 3 other stores in the Seattle area that even try to do what these people do. Probably when you include the good service there might only be 1 or 0 stores who are of this caliber..