So I’ve recently caught the goldie bug and have been fantasizing for weeks about setting up a tank. It would be my biggest and most integrated with the household living space and contain, of course, goldfish. Being something of a realist, I don’t want to bite off more than I can chew. I already have three small tanks, not to mention two small children, a husband and a job. So I thought I’d tap the wisdom of the community for ideas about keeping goldfish without spending 20 hours a week caring for them. (Oh, and in an apartment to boot!) Here’s what I’m thinking so far... - 2 fancy gf; maybe ranchu bc they don’t get so huge and are amazing - 40 gal breeder on top of a buffet/ sideboard in living or dining room - no substrate; maybe a planted centerpiece - canister filter tbd - weekly water changes with a python hose thingy - no CO2 or ferts; basic led lighting Does that sound workable? Is there anything I can do to ensure a great quality of life for the fish and also minimize the hard labor part for me? Appreciate any thoughts from experienced goldfish keepers!