Here is my new 30 gal that I upgraded to a few weeks ago. Mopani wood to the left, fake plants (wish I had real ones), lava rock, black gravel etc. The tiny log on the right is actually locally made from clay here in MN. In this tank I have 3 rummynose tetras, 1 honey gourami, and 1 panda catfish. (While this is a new tank, there is no need to worry about cycling since I have the filter from my previous tank running alongside the new one. This paired with most of the gravel/plants from my old tank = no ammonia/nitrite spike! ) I'm hoping to pick up 2 more rummynose to complete that school. Maybe in a few weeks, a couple more pandas, another honey gourami, and perhaps an angel or pearl gourami for my big fish. Any suggestions would be great! I just recently placed the mopani and tall plants in there and rearranged everything to create some good hiding places.. In the couple days that followed, the colors of my fish have brightened and they seem quite relaxed. Can't wait to finish stocking this tank!