Hello! Now that I have introduced myself, I wonder if I could get you thoughts on what I have put together so far in the course of my research, in terms of equipment, my plant and fish list, and how I might best aquascape my tank to desired effect. Size: 75g (21"H + 18"W + 48"L) Filtration: Eheim 2217 cannister filters x 2 Lighting: Current USA Nova Extreme 48" 2x54W T-5 10,000K x 2 = 220W Substrate: Hydor cableheater + thermostat, moonsand, bagged laterite, eco-complete Plant Want List: Altenthera reineckii (background) Anubias barteri var. Nana (driftwood, rocks, foreground) Java Moss (driftwood) Echinodorus martii (background) Valisnaria spiralis (background) Echinodorus tennelus (foreground) Cabomba caroliniana (background) Brazilian Pennywort Hydrocotyle leucocephala (midground) Amazon Frogbit , Limnobium laevigatum (floating plant) FISH WANT LIST: 25 Cardinals 1 male dwarf gourami, 3 females 8 ottocinclus 10 Panda corydoras 1 albino Bristlenose plecostomus (L-144a) CO2: Pressurized, controlled by Pinpoint controller @25 ppm, glass CO2 indicator, CO2 reactor off of cannister outflow. Ferts: Seachem Flourish as directed The cannisters will be distributed thusly (see thumb). I'm told this will maximise waterflow. Desired Aquascape: Valley (concave), with the open space in the OFF center @ 1.618 being the focal point. I WAS hoping for a nice rock to be the aquascape, but I don't know if this will be possible, with the possibility of it making the overall composition too busy (more than one focal point).. Input needed, here!!!! I have some driftwood (see thumb), but I think I'll have to get rid of most of it, as this too will add too many focal points.. The smaller ones I will cover with Java Moss so they blend in better, as I need them for caves for the corys and bristlenose. Any and all input and suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated!!!!!