Ill try not to bore and get straight to it, I Recently I just moved to florida from michigan and have just found a LFS near me that I am satisfied with all the fish seem healthy and are fairly priced. my issue is I only had room to bring my ? gallon hex tank with me (had I had more room I would have brought my 55 but I digress) I say ? gallon cuz I have no clue me and my girlfriend filled it and lost count around 20 gallons and added a few more, the measurements are 20 inches high 20 inches long (from side to side from the top) and 18 inches deep from front to back. for the record I have it cycled and has been running smoothly (correct parameters) now for almost a month now. from what I saw on aqadvisor they say based on the measurements the tank is 30 gallons but that seems off to me we calculated somewhere around MAYBE 25 definitely over 20 or 21 tho. All that being said heres where I get to the fun part, I realize hexes are a challenge however this tank does for sure have a larger footprint than most smaller hexes I have seen its not fatter than it is tall by any means but it is pretty large in circumference. As far as stocking what would you do? I'm looking for color, (no glofish), good eaters (no danios) and something to watch honestly whether it be schooling, breeding, any natural behaviors to go with the natural aquascape (sand/river rocks and fake natural looking plants) and nothing TOO small. Any help is Appreciated I apologize for grammar errors its late and I'm not going back to fix them x) My FIRST instinct is larger school of tetras or rasbora and a school of cories and maybe a ram or two. OPINIONS AND SUGGESTIONS GO!