It's funny and sad at the same time. The white gourami (and smallest of all the fish) has decided that the area around the heater, the filter and one of the plants, belongs to him alone and nips at any fish that 'intrudes' in his area. Meanwhile the Puffer will swim around happily at some moments but usually spends most of her time hiding in the toy log. (I think the amonia is getting to her already. I'm going to return her the first thing in the morning.) The golden gourami (the largest fish of all) spends most of her time trying to escape from the white gourami. And I already seen small bits of her fin tail missing. :'( I now know how serious it is to stock the RIGHT fish. To tell you the truth gang I'd return every single one of them except I need at least two to help cycle the tank with Tetra Safe Start. I doubt they'd accept my poor nipped Golden Gourami anyway. So now my new game plan is to return the puffer tommorow. Return the white gourami (I'll still try and get a picture of him before he goes back) the next day. I'm expecting 4 apple snails on Thursday and hopefully them along with the Golden Gourami and Tetra Safe Start will safely see the tank cycled. Is there anything I overlooked? Does anyone have any better plans?