Just thought that I would keep a thread going for those that are interested in this food and for my purposes of seeing how my coral fares. I started feeding this food about a week ago and the pics in this post are taken are after it was fed about 4 times with goniopowder. Also, please excuse the pics that follow, they are taken with a camera phone and the coral is housed in a tank that is heavily fed so there is some cyano coming through in the pics A bit of background: I bought the coral in June, a relatively healthy specimen (good polyp extention and no damage to the coral itself). I think I may have damaged it a bit when bringing it home because it caught a bit of brown jelly diesease and lost a small section to it. I feed daily (sometimes skip a day) and up until now have been feeding it Brightwell Aquatics Zooplankton. It has a good feeding response to this food, catching the small particles in its tentacles and then putting it in its mouth (I call it the "licky fingers" motion ). Every second day I add a drop of iron and manganese to the tank as well as 2 drops of vitamin C (coral kept in a 37l tank). The present: Coral fully extended: After lights on and can see where the damage has occured: New polyps growing (so I must have been doing something right up until now ) The Goniopowder food mixed and waiting to settle before target feeding. I feed with a syringe (blow a cloud of food over and around the coral, a bit hard to take a pic doing this so use your imagination...) Currently it is not a very happy coral with this food, its polyps receed and does not do the "licky fingers" motion as before. I'm waiting for new stock of the Brightwell Aquatics food to come in so that I can do a comparison between the two feeding responses, maybe upload a youtube vid of the differences. Will continue feeding for another two months before reverting fully to the original food if I notice that this coral does not react well with it. I am also keen to see what the other people think of this product and what their experiences have been so far.