Hello Everyone! Well...my guys and girl got a big treat come Spring cleaning time! They got new and/or improved tanks! In my dining room (right next to the kitchen entrance) is my 20G Long. My 20G Long previously housed Ansett, Eos, And Vanguard. In my spare bedroom, I had two 5G tanks set up. One housed Braniff, and the other my lone female, Kiwi. Ansett had always been very pale and looked a little stressed in the 20G Long. Additionally, Braniff LOVED being paid attention to. He always got the most excited out of all of my bettas to get talked to. Unfortunately, being in the spare bedroom, he only got visited a few times a day at the most, and couldn't see us throughout the day (which the boys in my 20G long could). Kiwi's tank was in the corner of my work desk up against a wall, and not very accessible. She got seen even less. This might also be because I feel she's mean and I'm afraid of her (LOL). So, I did a couple of things. In my 20G Long, I spent an hour sewing "additions" onto my dividers! I handmade my dividers out of craft canvas and have felt they were too short. I wanted my boys to have more room to swim in. So I added some additional craft canvas to the top. I sewed it on nice and secure with fishing line. This give my boys an additional inch to and inch and a half of water up top to swim in! I also bought a nice little table to put in the living room near the TV, across from the couches, to move one of my 5G tanks out into the living room. I decided that this new 5G location would hold Ansett, since I felt he'd do better moving back into his own tank. Therefore, Braniff got moved into the 20G. He is LOVING the new attention. Ansett appears to be the luckiest boy of him all. He can always see us in the living room now, we talk to him so often, and he chases the cats from one side of his tank to the other when they walk by. He's loving his new tank, also. Kiwi's 5G got moved from the corner of my desk up against the wall to on top of the dresser Braniff used to sit on. This makes her more accessible. I also redid her tank by removing a few of the more crowded plants. Unfortunately, she is still just as mean, but I think she likes the attention. In the next few posts I'll add pictures of my bettas and their tanks. Edited to add: This is my first set of pictures after moving to Indiana where the water is much harder than I am used to. I get these awful calcium deposit lines at the top of my tanks and I can't scrub it off to save my life. Any advice?