Alright it's time. Time to rescape the Ecoscape. Coming into 2018, I want to get more out of my aquarium. And I believe the best way may be to restart. The plan is to modify Ecoscape into a dual island style aquarium in order to preserve and lengthen it's live. I plan to stay within my physical boundaries, scaping in a 24" x 12" x 12" (61 cm x 30.5 cm x 30.5 cm) and using the same hardware. I do want to keep all current plant species. Dwarf Hairgrass, Hygrophila pinnatifida, java fern, s. repens, bits of wild growing moss. I want to introduce needle leaf java fern, hydrocotyle japan, Bolbitis Heudeloti and maybe Aponogeton Boevinianus. My goal with plants is to create a heavily planted, low maintenance, wild jungle style aquascape My main question right now is whether i need to purchase new aquasoil or if I can continue to use the existing aquasoil. My next question is what plants I actually can to introduce both ascetically and biologically. I do have a brief sketch put together but is only a vague idea of what I want and can acheive. I have access to some great priced pieces of spiderwood driftwood and can get a piece up to 23" (58.4 cm) long. (Link) I don't have access to any abundance of good rock though, might be able to squeeze leftovers into good places.