I just got a 60 gallon tank!!! Much excitement, but I also realize I've got a lot of work to do. My tank dimensions are 48w, 13d, 24h. I don't have experience with a tank this large, so any and all tips, tricks, and opinions are more than welcome. After somewhat extensive research, I'm pretty sure I will (hopefully) be stocking it with one Black Veil Angelfish, three female Bettas, three Dalmation Mollies, four Dwarf Gouramis, three Hi fin Lyretail Swordtails, one Red Tailed Shark, and a handful of Cherry shrimp. (I have an extra 30 gal on standby in case the shark or angel don't work out. And yes, I realize my shrimp will more than likely end up as dinner, I may opt for ghost shrimp instead, but for the sake of a less aggressive invert, I will try cherries first) I started making fish selection based off of similar water parameters, compared general temperament, and stumbled upon a compatibility cross reference magic thing on a website called aqadvisor, and everything looks like it checks out okay. Of course I plan on heavily planting this tank and providing several different housing structures. I'd like to grow some java moss and water wisteria to help out with oxygen levels as well as supplementary silk plants to provide ample coverage for my new fish friends. I plan on introducing the more peaceful fish first, then slowly delve into the more aggressive, just so the shark doesn't think he owns the place and freaks out when I throw the gouramis in there. I read about driftwood for angels and the shark, but is that a necessity? Equipment is what has me most concerned at this point. I will be using two individual heaters, but was wondering about two filters. I'm unsure if I will actually need two (marineland penguin 200), or if it will cut it if I get one that performs well enough (eheim 2215). I am also concerned about flow rate in this tall of a tank, (again, no experience with such a size), and I don't know much about predicting dead spots and the like. For a tank this size, would an air stone be necessary? I know my current betta fish hate the disturbance caused by air stones, but they are in ten gallon tanks. Also powerheads? Do I need one? That turned into much more than I was initially planning on typing, so thank you for staying with it, and I look forward to your feedback.