I'm new to the hobby so i'd like to ask what you would recommend for me to stock my tank. Im picky and after looking at lots of pictures and doing lots of research I dont like to many of the fish available at my LFS or anything with huge fins. I'll take a small trip, call around, and spend some money on a few more good fish and thats not an issue. The tank is a 26 gallon bowfront with 4 cory cat fish. One blackfin, one bandit, 2 baby albinos. Dual airstones, two brazil swords (one very large) and filter, and a heater. My tank has been fully cycled and I was housing a couple tiger barbs in there, but I gave them away tonight. So now its a little empty with the just the 4 corys. All current corys play and shoal together, sometimes all 4 at the same time. I really like them but i'd like to add something else to the tank so please help me. I have two questions. The first, what would be a good looking single OR pair of fish to add to the tank. Perhaps something to stay at the top to mid level. I want to add some color but i do not want anything that will outgrow the tank or bullying my cory cats. Theres alot of choices out there but most of the common choices I dont really like. Hatchets, Guppys or other large finned fish I dont care for much. Endlers look nice, I like fish that look like sharks, loaches, cichlids, some colorful gourmais, but it seems most of these may eventually bully the cory and/or need to be in groups. Secondly, If i have to add another group of fish would you recommend danios (maybe glofish) , celestial pearl danios or tetras (maybe carindals) to school with the corys. I would and may do a larger school 8 -10 corys and one or two other nice looking fish also. I plan on getting at least another matching cory, maybe two. I like how playful the corys are and fish that play in plants but I'd like to keep a peaceful community. Maybe 3, maybe 4 types of fish one school of cory, one school of something else, and one or two other types fish that like to be loners. So I can either up the school of corys a little OR get another small group of school fishing AND a pair or one or two separate loner fish. Thanks for any help. I've enclosed some pictures...the two larger catfish really like laying ont he leaves. P.S The blue crayfish is in his own tank.