Hey everybody, I'm back!!! I am looking for some advice. I have a UV sterilizer that I plumbed in-line with my canister filter (for my 75 gallon tank) when I bought it 6 years ago. The canister filter is still running great (knock on wood), but the UV sterilizer is another story. It's an 8 watt Aqua Ultraviolet UV sterilizer, and it seems to me like I'm always fixing something on the darn thing. I'm pretty sure the bulb is out again, and this is at least the 4th bulb I've put in the thing. At $40 a bulb, this is getting salty. I've also had to replace the transformer in it (also pricey), and it really needs to be taken apart and retaped (a giant pain in the rear) at the wiper arm where it's leaking again ever so slightly. Long story short, I'm getting frustrated. I feel like I'm just flushing money down the toilet on the thing. Is this how all sterilizers are? Does anyone else have long-term experience with a sterilizer that doesn't constantly need fixed? I originally got the sterilizer because I kept having green water with where the tank was placed in the sun (limited options for placement). It's not as much of an issue now since the tank has been moved, but I always liked the extra "insurance" that the sterilizer gave me. Anyone have some experience to share?