Hi all, I just signed up to the forum. I've had an aquarium for 5 years but only just started trying to 'pretty' it up - before I was all about breeding fish. Now I'm trying to make some truly beautiful living art - I've done all I can with the advice of my LFS owner but now I think I need some professional advice to finish things off. My tank details: 4ft tank (about 45 gallons I think) ADA substrates EHEIM filter pH - about 6.5-6.8 (varies) Temperature - 23-24 degrees Celsius (75 Fahrenheit, I think). Aquascaping details: The plants at the back were added last week - as you might be able to see the UV light is making the plants grow out fuller. I have cropped almost all of them because they are growing rapidly - I planted the cropped stems to propogate them. The rock is new - about 2 days old. Moss was attached today while the rock was underwater via rubber bands - I'm rather certain no moss got away from me. If a bit ended up in my filter.. I'll know soon enough. Moss was also attached to the 'cave' - currently coated by a previous algae issue. Inside the cave is a blue LED light and 2 air stones (making it occasionally release a giant awesome bubble of air) Driftwood is new - purchased today. Bought smaller plants to make the price easier on me - hoping they will grow out. All short plants in the front are new - planted today. Once they are big enough to propogate, I plan on increasing their density in their areas. Community fish details: 2 betta males (the remaining offspring from my first ever breed) 2 bolivian butterflies (breeding pair, I have set up a small pebble bed on the left side of the tank for them to use as a breeding surface. I also tried to cover the 'bed' with plants to give them some protection/privacy) 2 bala sharks 6 dwarf catfish (cleaners) 15 neon tetras 6 harlequin rasboras If you have any ideas on what species of fish could perfectly compliment this community, do let me know! I think I could put in one more. This actually leaves a couple of small patches of substrate on either side of the rock - do you guys have any ideas for what I should do with it? Also, do you have any suggestions regarding my current set up? I think it looks nice and will look better as everything grows, but I still feel like it's missing quite a bit. If you guys need any more info please let me know - looking forward to hearing your comments! Also, sorry about the horrible picture quality: I don't think I have a camera that could handle a nice aquarium pic!