Hello! I'm rather new to the hobby, and I was wanting to see what everyone thought of the stocking ideas I have and what some suggestions are that people have for a good, fry-eating, centerpiece fish. My tank has been cycled, has sand and gravel substrate with live plants. pH: 7.4 (8.2 out of tap) kH: 53.7 ppm gH: 107.4 ppm Temp: 78 Ammonia: 0 Nitrite: 0 Nitrate: 5-10 Current Fish Stock: 5 albino corydoras 5 neon tetras (wanting more) 18 marigold and black molly fry (1.5 cm at biggest, giving most if not all to LFS) What I want is a peaceful tank with one decent-sized "centerpiece" fish to help control the molly fry population from my mom's tank and that is hopefully pretty personable! Ideas I've been tossing around are an angelfish (I know they could eat the tetras, but I heard if you get a juvenile and they grow up with the tetras this can be less of an issue?) A dwarf Gourami. A black Moor goldfish? I've heard both this can be an absolute disaster and that it could work out. I love these guys, but I don't want to get it if the tank will be too warm, too much food competition, not enough space, etc. Just want some experienced opinions!