Well, After all my fuss about having ill/injured fish from travel. I finally have my fish settled in for the most part! And I have a few pictures. I took quite a few more, but I think these show them off the best: This is Leon the pearscale. Boyfriend named him, and insisits his full name is Leon Goldy. This is Vesper the Black Moor, named after the Bond Girl: And this is Meeko, the Ranchu with the floating problem. Him swimming: And Floating Some Group shots: And a full tank pic: I had that breeding basket because Meeko was having trouble getting food, but he is much better now, and finds away to sneak around the bullies to get his food. I should have taken it out for the picture, but oh well, I don't have the camera anymore so its the best I can do. So that is them Vesper is currently in a 10G hospital tank being treated for a few things, but she has healed up really fast and will probably be back in the tank in a week or two. I'm sure she'll be happier with more swimming room. Edit: I forgot to mention, but my tank is cycled now too! I'm not sure if the TSS did it, or if it did it on its own, but it got it done. The reason why I'm doubting the TSS is because it was partially cycled before (My ammonia was being processed, but not nitrites), and after I added the fish and TSS I did everything bad for it. I added medication 2 days after, then did a water change. Then I moved a sponge into the hospital tank, and then after 5 days with still 0.25ppm nitrites I thought I would just dose it with Prime, because I thought the TSS was ruined anyways and wanted to be safe. And then what do you know, but the day after I put in Prime, everything came out right! Woohoo! Hospital tank isn't the best(0.25 nitrites and ammonia), but I'm doing daily 30% waterchanges with Prime.