My grandfather has a 29 gallon wide hex in his storage that he wants to give away. My dad used it for African Cichlids a long time back, and he recommends I get it. It would be a big upgrade from my current 10 gallon planted tank I've kept since April (which could be good or bad). Do you think I'm ready for a large tank? I've been doing weekly water changes (10-20%) and have kept good water parameters. Does bigger tank=Bigger problems? Are water changes as frequent/a pain? Can beginners maintain a tank that large? I've looked into a few random species and here's some that interest me: Killifish Peacock Gudgeon Dwarf Gourami African Cichlid Paradise Fish/Gourami Otocinclus catfish Boesemani Rainbowfish Cardinal Tetras I'm partial to Gouramis (I have a dwarf and a honey), so I'd love to hear about more of their species. I also am drawn to very colorful fish. 29 gallons seems like a lot to work with, but compatibility and space wise, there will be some fish I can't keep with each other. What are some stocking ideas? Please suggest other species not listed; I'd love to find more. Are some I'm interested not good for 29 gallons? Thanks for reading!