Hey, everyone! I know I haven't updated my fish on my profile for a while, because I usually go on here on my iPhone, but I will do that soon. Don't look there for this question, please, because it's wrong. I was curious as to what you guys think about my current stock, and if I should add more or keep it as is. And, what fish I could possibly add. I have a 45-gallon cube aquarium (so it's pretty tall) with a 60-gallon filter. The filter runs slow due to its media (but it keeps the water clear, so I can't complain) so I have a small power filter to help with the flow on the top of the water. It's been running smoothly for close to seven months now, and the parameters are excellent, despite the lack of live plants. Now, for my stock: One (very docile) angelfish Three mollies (One large sailfin male, normal shortfinned females) Four red-eye tetras Four black phantom tetras One Congo tetra One butterfly yellow-spot pleco I'm thinking about re-homing the single Congo tetra soon, because I can't find any more at my two trusted LFS. She just isn't too comfortable without a school, although she's been doing excellently and is now get large. And I do realize that the pleco will get large, but he loves it in there right now so I'll re-home him as well when size poses a problem. He's the biggest wimp in the tank, he will scurry away and hide from even the smallest tetra. All in all, I have a very happy community. Everyone coexists with everyone else with zero problems. I'm open to any suggestions, advice, criticism, etc. Thanks!