I think I've finally figured out the choices I want for my 75 gallon aquarium, and wanted to run it by you guys to double check that I'm not overstocked and that everyone would get along well, and that the water conditions would be good for all the species involved. Stocking plan is: 10 Harlequin Rasboras (Trigonostigma heteromorpha) 11 Gold Tetras (Hemigrammus rodwayi) 18 Panda Cories (Corydoras panda) 1 male Bristlenose Pleco (Ancistrus sp., not sure on the exact one) 1 female Honey Gourami (Trichogaster chuna) 10 Black Neon Tetras (Hyphessobrycon herbertaxelrodi) Tank specs: 75 gallons 6.6 pH 10 gH 74 degrees Ammonia and Nitrites are consistently 0 ppm, Nitrates are usually well below 20 ppm Weekly 40-50% water changes Also, I think I might have to baffle my Penguin 350 B filter for the comfort of the Gourami, so any suggestions on how to manage that well would be welcome. My other filter is an Aquaclear 70 that can easily be adjusted. I didn't know if the Penguin should be baffled differently on account of having the biowheels where one would normally use a water bottle baffler. Or should I wait and see how the Gourami reacts to the current in the tank before baffling it?