Hello all! New to this board, but not new to growing. I was an OG member for some time, but as we know that is a done deal now. Anyhow, my first grow was in soil in a C14 cabinet. I grew 4 White Rhino females in 3 gallon food buckets under a 250MH light. If I remember right I got somewhere near 1oz a plant and was pretty surprised. I did use low stress training which I believe helped a great deal. The plants had buds everywhere and after the drying and curing, I can honestly say it was the best smoke Ive ever had. So, Ive decided to try again since I found the whole experience to be so rewarding only thing is I do not want to deal with soil. It was easy besides logging all that soil around and I was paranoid too since it was the middle of winter walking out of the store with bags of soil. LOL. Probably just me that thought everyone was on to me, but everything turned out fine. Moving on, Ive decided to try aeroponics, but Im not going to go out and buy a ready made system. Too much of a DIYer for all that and I actually enjoy it. I have attached a quick paint drawing of what I came up with, but I would like some feedback from others and some suggestions. A few, scratch that a LOT questions I have What size reservoir do I need for a 12 plant system and how many gph pump will I need? I planned on mounting the feed lines on the bottom with the mist nozzles mounted under each plant, is this a good way to go about it? What size tubing should I use? I want to veg the plants to around 18 and then flower (I would like a large yielding plants) so what size net pots or what do I use to support a larger plant in this setup? I would like the roots to be as free as possible to help shorten growing time with max yield. So how long of a tube would you suggest and how much space in between each plant site? I guess thats only a few, but I know Ill have more. If this is the wrong place to post please forgive me and mods feel free to move. Thanks a bunch, DND I would have used the GrowFAQ, but I get an error saying the Database could not be loaded.