I'm setting up a new 60 gallon tank, 48.5" long x 12.75" wide x 25" high. It's the Marineland Heartland from PetSmart with the glass top and stand. I've got the Penn-Plax Cascade 1000 canister filter under it and a 300 watt Aqueon heater. It's got pool filter sand for substrate. Right now I'm doing the fishless cycle with ammonia, so I'd like to figure out what fish will be going in when it's ready. I've already got a 10 gallon with a betta and 6 cories (2 albino, 2 peppers, and 2 julii colored; the PetSmart employee said they'd all shoal together, but they don't). I'm kind of attached to all the catfish, but I'm thinking it would be best to rehome two species and get more of the ones that stay. The betta isn't going in the new tank. So what should my stocking look like for the 60 gallon? I'm wanting a peaceful community. So far I've definitely got cories, and I'd love a school of glass catfish. I also like neons or cardinal tetras, and rummy nose tetras for schooling fish. Maybe a dwarf gourami or Bolivian ram for something bigger. Kuhli loaches are really neat, but I'm not sure how they'd get on with the cories since they're both at the bottom. Male guppies are really pretty, if there'd be room for them. Maybe a bristlenose or rubberlip pleco? Seems like a long list of fish! So what are my options? Any glaring incompatibilities? What and many will keep the fish happy and the tank not overcrowded?