Okay, so I was leaving church on Sunday and right across the street there was a yard sale. Since I've been meaning to upgrade Amun's tank ASAP, I decided to stop by and see ifthey hadanything. Wouldn't you know it they had an awesome about 8 gallon flatback hex tank with a hood, gravel, fake plants, an air pump, a sponge filter and some miscellaneous air tubing. So, I asked how much they wanted for it since nothing was marked, and since they were closing everything down, they gave me the tank (with accessories), a box of extra stuff, and a bag of extra stuff too...all for $5! The hood needs a tiny bit of repair (somehow whoever had it managed to melt the mounts on one of the reflectors), but other than that, it's in pretty good shape. So, now I've got it cleaned and the "clown puke" gravel and neon-colored fake plants tossed (along with the undergravel filter that will be useful since I use sand in my tanks)...and I'm sitting here staring at it trying to decide what to do with it a far as decorations and a theme go. I generally like natural-looking tanks. I have a lot of driftwood soaking (I keep a bucketful of it in my shed just in case), natural river rocks, and I have tons of plants on the way from a friend, so I could go the natural planted tank/grotto look. Or, since Amun's name is Egyptian (it means "the hidden one" or "the secret one") and Amun/Amun Re was the principle diety of the New Kingdom of Egypt, I could make it look kind of Egyptian. I was thinking I went this route, I could make a pyramid from styrofoam coated with silicone and sand and maybe scatter some pieces of granite. I also have white butcher paper I can draw/paint Egytian symbols and hieroglyphs on. So, I would like thougts, ideas, input, anythng you want to give me!