Hello everyone. I'm in the process of putting together a 29g freshwater community tank and was hoping that people can give me some guidelines on how to create areas that will make my fish happy with each other. I'm going with silicate sand and either Fluorite or Eco-Complete for substrate. Right now, I'm considering the following setup. - 6 cory cats - 9 neon tetras - 2 blue rams - 1 sparkling gourami I think the only territorial fish in there are the blue rams, and that's if they pair and try to breed. But I want to be prepared from the getgo so I only do the work once (if possible). It won't be fully planted so as to keep a decent amount of sand for the cory cats to root around in (also, less work). I just want some specifics about what kind of aquascaping will make for the least aggression in case the rams pair up. Do I prepare large open space for swimming? Densely-spaced tall plants? Do I split the tank floor with driftwood/large rocks? Will giving the corys a canopy/shelter over their sand protect them from rams? As for things I have on hand, I have a large piece of driftwood and another large rock with holes (maybe 12"x12"x5"), as well as two or three smaller rocks formations with holes. Thanks for your input!