This is when you meet someone like @chemisfun11 that, from the other side of the world (I write from Italy) listens to your delirant proposals and makes them come true. I am very very happy for things he did for me, a customized job that made me lots of results. To not mention his patience, help and assistance. Thank you very very much.
Nope, I didn't. Lee helped me to develope a more complexed shade, as I really
suffer from the dipersion of strong UV light coming from the Radion, so the extra diffusion that you may see is only because the inner shade is quite smooth. Sorry for my english-
Good, it's what is done to save light with T5 lights, but my guess is that the Radion led light are correctly developed to focus the lighs from the surface to the deep of the tank. I use the lateral side and the deep position for the soft corals that cannot stay too long under the 100% of the potential Radion's PAR and power, and the central position for the SPS corals, that get the best of the direct pumps and lights. The light spill shades are perfect because where it must be stop the unwanted light it does (out of the tank), and it reflects a bit for the smooth sides surface the light. The Radion diffusers are pretty useless IMHO.