Ok, I will be the dickhead member and say what every experienced coral grower is thinking. If you have to ask, then you are NOT ready for SPS. You can buy them, sure, they will probably last for a couple of weeks, then... uh ooh.
SPS are awesome, they are pretty much the only coral that interests me. That said, they take an incredible amount of dedication. They are EXPENSIVE and if you are willy nilly about tank maintenance, parameter monitoring or quarantine protocols, then you may have a very disheartening event, and one that costs you a LOT of money. I, like many, learned the hard way. Not testing newly mixed saltwater, not doing maintenance on my RODI, not testing water parameters regularly... or the "I will just dip it and put it in, he/she probably doesn't have bugs".
Ammonia crash, acro eating flatworms, ich, alk spike, too much GFO, name it, I made those mistakes.
My new system however is on lock down.
I check my alk EVERY day. Every, single day. I have a hanna meter and it is easy and it is THAT important.. or at least I think it is.
I check phos, nitrate, calcium, and iodine once a week.
Everything goes through QT. Fish, corals, everything.
I spend an average of about 3-4 hours a week reading about water chemistry, sps needs, nutrient export and monitoring, but mostly water chemistry.
Obviously you don't have to do this, people do fine without QT or checking levels often. Do what makes you excited about the hobby but just know that there are not many shortcuts and your excitement may end up with a collection of dead SPS skeletons, each of which could have funded a nice meal out on the town with your GF or wife.
I live in SW pdx, I have some purple montipora cap that I can give you and see what happens. At least you can start seeing what happens to alk and cal when you start adding calcifying organisms to your tank.