im thinking of a tank to build in the future . i want it to be 96 x 36 x 30 but i dont want to deal with a traditional seperate tank sump because i want to limit possible disastors. i was thinking of basically sectioning off the tank by placing a baffle that has overflow top slots 2 feet into the tank. so basically the tank would be 72 long and the sump would be the remaining 24 x 36 x 30 long. basically a 115 gallon sump built right into the tank. since yje tank would be used as a room seperator i could build a cabinet around the first 2 feet thats butting against the wall so that part is hidden. the whole point is that in the event of some sort of failure its all in one system no over flowing would occur. does anyone do this? is their a simpler way to accomplish this?