Ok. Feeding time in my 60 gallon looks something like this. I turn off the filters (they create a substantial current at the top, and food goes everywhere). Little pinch of micropellets on the log for one half-grown angel, little pinch on the rock for the other half-grown angel, and a tiny pinch of crushed flakes on the surface for the black neons and the dwarf gourami. Problem is, the dwarf gourami used to be quite distracted by all the tiny flakes, but now he's caught on that the delicious micropellets are below. He goes to town. Eats half of one angel's lunch, then most all of the other angel's lunch, then goes back to the top and out-competes the black neons. I end up having to re-feed my growing angels, and the DG just keeps on going, eating the second helping. The DG doesn't chase anyone off or anything, but one of the angels is quite intimidated by the whole spectacle, and just stands off and watches his meal vanish. It's quite vexing. The DG is starting to look kinda bloated. He's easily eating 10 times what he should. Any community tank is going to be a balancing act at feeding time, but I'm kind of at a loss here. This dwarf gourami is actually out-competing 2 hungry growing angelfish. Any ideas?