I just got my hands on a 65 (36"x18"x25") and am contemplating stocking it. What I would love: 2x veil angels; 10-15 marbled hatchets, since apparently they're much less skittish in large numbers; cories of some sort, undecided as to which (and may skip as they're my least favorite on the list); apistos if there's space on the bottom/in the bioload; diamond tetras (also skippable if too slow to get out of the angels' ways); praecox rainbows; and Chilatherina alleni. I'm comfortable with heavy stocking -- it's going to be heavily planted, and heavy planting/stocking with regular maintenance is how I seem to like my tanks these days -- but I don't know what the bioload on rainbows or adult angels is, which makes me uneasy. Also, I'm not sure I can justify keeping the C. alleni unless I pull eggs whenever I see them spawn, but that means I need to keep space for raising juvie bows in one of my other tanks, which means I really need to have some idea of bioload for them. Thoughts?