Hey guys, I unfortunately got out of the hobby towards the end of college but recently inherited a 10+ year old Biocube 14 from my sister. The tank was pretty bare-bones before and completely stock, with a single ocellaris as the only non hermit/snail inhabitant. The clown is probably 7 or 8 years old at this point but she's extremely small (stunted somehow) and skinny, which I'm working on fixing. I've been upgrading this AIO and turning it into a reef tank, but I'm afraid that I'm taking the tank in a direction the clown doesn't like. I've upgraded the stock pump to an MJ900 and added a Hygger mini wavemaker (running at the lowest setting, 20%). Flow is obviously not crazy but there aren't any dead spots and the clown really seems to be struggling with the flow, particularly at night. She's out and about quite a bit and looks healthy aside from being skinny, but I frequently find her hiding in really tight spots or just sitting on the sand bed, balancing on her pectorals. She always comes out as soon as she sees me and is generally active but based on her behavior, swimming tires her out quite a bit and I'm concerned that the flow is stressing her out too much. She has a torch/hammer to potentially host but they're both fairly new and only a couple heads each so I don't see this becoming a solution for at least 6 months. Is this something I should let run its course, or do I need to reduce the flow until I can fatten her up?