I have a friend who has always told me about her fish in the huge planted tank for at least a year, but today was the first time i'd been over to her house and was able to get a look at them (i was excited about it because i love planted tanks and was curious to see what she had done with hers). I was horrified! Her "huge" tank was a 10 gallon. She had 2 live plants in black sand (they looked aweful). But the worst part was the fish. In her 10 gallon she has: ~5 glolight zebra danios ~10 guppies (5 male/5 female) ~7 adult bronze cories ~male DG ~gold dojo loach ~female cockatoo dwarf cichlid ...talk about a jaw dropper. I've immediately told her everything that was wrong and told her that she needed more acceptable stock options for the tank. She is VERY resistant to the idea of getting rid of any of the fish, but said she might if I can give her a stock list of fish that she likes. In which case she would give me her fish and I could seperate them into my tanks where they will fit properly and she will get the new stock. Here is where you come in. She isn't interested in just seeing a list of possible inhabitants. She wants several stocking scenarios. For example, not just neon tetras, but a full stock list. So if you have any full stock list ideas PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE post them here! I will see her again on Monday and I would like to have as many stocking scenarios as possible to increase the chances she'll find one she likes.