I own a small cabinet that I currently have no use for and was considering turning it into a grow box. The cabinet has two separate (light-proof) chambers. Chamber A is ~ 36"W x 24"D x 28"H. Chamber B is ~ 12"W x 24"D x 28"H. I was thinking a SOG perpetual set-up with 4 flowering and 4 vegging (each planting using 1 square foot). Chamber A would hold 2 of the flowering (the 2 in the light portion of the 12/12) as well as the 4 vegging/cloning. Chamber B would hold the other 2 flowering (the 2 in the dark portion of the 12/12). So... the design would be a floro light system in Chamber A and no lights in Chamber B (I would simply rotate the 2 sets of flowering plants between Chamber A and B as appropriate for the 12/12 cycle). Both chambers would have exhaust fans and inlet holes. My problem is that I don't know if this is at all possible. Even with several height-adjustable floros and SOG would light competition be too great for the clones to develop? Also, would adjusting floros so they are within 1" of the tops of the vegging/cloning plants, as is necessary from what I understand, damage the more developed plants nearby? (Of course, I would have it so 2 similar sized plants would be under a single floro but would the adjacent, different sized plants be damaged?) I've never grown before but I did read enough to get an understanding of the basics. Should I just cave and make a new 2 large chambered cabinet where I could hold vegging and flowering plants separately? Uh... I typed a lot.... sorry I go overboard sometimes.