Hello, I have a 50 gallons tank that I still need to repair, but I like to plan. It is 48"x12.5"x19". I have a Fluval 306 external filter and a Fluval U2 internal filter (actually in a 30 gallons, but I'm thinking of combining those 2 tanks in one for the moment, to only focus on one tank at a time and use the 30 gallons as quarantine/breeding/emergency tank). I'm thinking of this stocking: 15 cories (probably sterbai or panda, I think sterbai is more compatible temperature wise); 10 cherry barbs 10 cardinal tetras (I think they are better temperature wise than the neon tetras, right?) 4 dwarf gouramis or honey gouramis 2-3 german blue ram 1-2 angelfish I tried finding fish that will occupy most of the space in the tank, but also colorful fish. I plan on adding the cherry first, then the the cories and the tetras. After that, the gouramis. Then the GBR and finally the angelfish. Is that a good order I must say that I first wanted to do an south/central America tank but I love the colors of the barb and the gouramis. So, I am still open to suggestion about those fish in particular. As for the plants, I will use the ones I already have : Swordplant Alternanthera reineickii mini Salvinia Molesta Ludwigia Palustris Fissidens Fotanius I will have rocks and wood as decorations. So, as you can see, it is still a work in progress, but I would appreciate your advices on this. What do you guys think?