So I got my clown fish. I actually got two. A male and a female. They seem to be getting along fairly well. The jellyfish hasn't caused them harm. Both are true Percula clown fish. The female is named Dorito and the male is named Cheeto. Fitting names I suppose. ;)
My clown's do seem to need somewhere to hide or to rest in. I'm really not leaning towards an anemone. I know they are clownfish compatible but jellyfish and anemones don't seem to get along well. Anemones tend to eat jellyfish in the wild. I'm not sure how they would act in a tank. But I don't have enough lighting for the anemones anyways. So I'm thinking a live algae of some sort. Caulerpa or Chaeto would be the most famous, and the first choice for a reef keeper. I don't really like the way Caulerpa looks and it seems a bit spiny for a jellyfish aquarium. Chaeto seems very nice and fluffy. However I've heard it can overtake and outgrow aquariums. So I will have to ponder about that for a while. Of course I could always opt for a fake rubber anemone from petco.
But as far as clown fish go : great choice. They really brighten up the jellyfish aquarium and add so other interesting aspects to the tank. Clown fish themselves are actually pretty funny. They tend to dance about the aquarium looking for food. They are also very attractive too.