Ok... So I'm just throwing this out there. I'm relatively new to this. I had Bettas for years in sad conditions, bowl vase cup...y'all know. About six months ago I got into aquariums. My very happy and healthy betta now lives in a 4-gallon filter tank. There is an obvious difference and how happy and healthy he seems to be. Since then I have a 10 gallon and a 15 gallon. In the beginning I lost a few not knowing about the nitrogen cycle. Yes I thought new fish new tank new water. I know. I now six months later have my larger tanks with mollies, platies, Cory's and snails. An opportunity just popped up for me to get a 36 gallon hexagon tank. I thought oh cool I could have some different fish in this larger space and maintain my other tanks as they are. My current tanks parameters are good I am battling some diatoms in my betta tank currently but the water is as clear as it can be. My larger tanks parameters are good but my water is a bit cloudy so I'm dealing with that. But all my fish are super happy and healthy. My question is can I handle a 36 gallon tank? How much harder is it compared to my smaller tanks. Like I said I am new at this and I know that I would have to cycle this tank for at least a month, I would rather do a fishless cycle seeing as I kind of murdered a few fish when I was just starting out. But I'm just wondering from you guys how much account is size requires. And I know you guys have huge multiple tanks but you guys are pros... Any advice?