Hello, all. Many of you will recognize me from the many, MANY posts I've had, questions I've asked, etc. I just decided to come back to update you all on things now that my tank is complete and all of my fish are now in the tank. I created a new thread as I want this one to showcase the final product, and for those of you who have been following my journey into fishkeeping to see just how far I've come since starting up my tank in the very late part of March. Before I continue, I want to thank you all so much for all of your help and support; I've truly learned so much because of you all! Just to recap for everyone, here is my equipment and stock...55 Freshwater aquarium. Cheap hood with LED lights (hopefully, sooner rather than later, I will upgrade to better LED's with a built in timer, and a more sturdy hood), Aqueon Quiet Flow Power Filter (55/75), and Aqueon Quiet Flow Power Filter (30). Two submersible heaters (one preset, which came with the kit, and isn't sufficient by itself, the other an adjustable thermometer, both Aqueon brand), digital thermometer. Several artifical plants, varying colors and heights to make it look as realistic as possible, one decent sized piece of driftwood, a rock formation built of a few circular rocks, and a rock cave built with two rocks and a piece of slate. My Stock:11 Serpae Tetras, 9 Lemon Tetras, 1 Raphael Catfish, 1 Krib, 1 Bolivian Ram, 1 Blood Parrot. My Blood Parrot is my centerpiece fish, and was the last to be added (just this past Saturday). After doing some research when I decided to get back into the hobby after a several year break from my last attempt at this fishkeeping thing, the Blood Parrot caught my eye like pretty much no other fish, and this was the fish I chose to build my tank around. Everything else was in preparation of eventually adding the Blood Parrot, so this past weekend was a very exciting time for me! Unfortunately, I've yet to see much of this fish, though, as it's spent the majority of the time in hiding since I brought it home. I had heard, though, that this was most likely going to happen, so although I'm watching things closely, and I'm still holding my breath, I'm not overly worried. Still, some words of encouragement, and maybe some experiences from others with this topic may help to put me a bit further at ease. I'd love to hear from others who have any of the same fish as I do, but particularly from those with Blood Parrots. I'd love to see photos, hear about your set ups, hear about your fish, experiences, etc. I'm a brand new Blood Parrot owner, and still a fairly new fishkeeper, and I'd still love to learn more, while sharing experiences with folks who keep fish similar to mine. When I can, I will try to add a few photos to keep this thread updated. Thanks in advance for everyone's participation!