I got it I got it I got it!!!! My mommy got me a 55 for Christmas I knew she was getting me something along the lines of a big tank (I was hoping for a 75 but decent priced ones are hard to come by here and I don't think she knew that they are the same size, just wider lol), and she's been keeping me from her office and teasing me about what she was hiding in there D: Soooooo, my HOPES are to bring in my 4 fancy goldfish from the 65 gallon pond, and put them, my Sailfin pleco, the Pearl Gourami, and maybe the younger single tailed goldfish from the 150 and the one in the 20 long till they are a big bigger. The fancy goldfish are 2-4 inches in the body, and the two single tailed ones I want to put in here for a bit are 2 and 3 inches in the body, so even with the amount of fish in the tank, it wouldn't be over crowded and unmanageable. But, we'll see I'm hoping that mom will allow me to keep the 20 long and 10 gallon up. But I could rehome the fish in the 6 gallon (like I've been wanting to, but I can't seem to get rid of him), move the bettas from the 10 to the 6, and move split the fish in the 20 between the 10 and the 55. Come spring, some of them (and Molly, the new little common, the Endlers, and maybe the Least Killies even) can be moved to the ponds. What I've got to work with: 55g -empty obviously 20 long -male king betta -female pearl gourami -female Molly -least killifish (7-ish, all female) -Endlers (7 ish, mixed sex) -clown pleco -sailfin pleco -2 swamp darters -1 panda cory (it's really not as bad as it looks lol) 10g -2 male bettas -2 adf 6g -1 male gold gourami (a rescue that I can't seem to get rid of...) 65g pond -4 fancy goldfish -Endlers (if the cold didn't kill them off the past few nights) I'd like to hear your all's thoughts. If something happens that I can't keep up as many tanks as I'd like, I'll certainly let you know. Let's assume for now that I have the 55, 20 and 10 to work with.