Hi everyone:;hi1, First of all just let me say how amazingly helpful this site is! I have been doing a lot of research in preparation for setting up a new tank and google keeps leading me here so I thought I'd better join, lol. Anyways, I am about to purchase a tank with dimensions of 62cm x 72cm x 39cm with a capacity of approx 130 litres. My plan is basically to plant it, cycle it and get the plants going then begin gradually adding fish. I would really appreciate some advice on what fish and plants to get and what substrate and fertiliser I should use. With the research I've done I am leaning towards one or two showfish possibly angelfish, a catfish of some type (recommendations please) and some pretty smaller fish ( maybe some type of schooling tetra?). I am a bit worried about the angelfish being aggressive as I've read such varied reports and I am also aware that they may eat small fish like neons. Can this be avoided by ensuring they are well fed (obviously) and making sure there are plenty of hiding places in the tank? I am willing to consider other recommendations but basically i want one or two larger, attractive fish to be the showpiece of my aquarium. Also, if I do get angelfish would it be a good idea to add them last? Any ideas on which species to get and advice on numbers would be great Which brings to the second part of my question - what plants would be good for my tank and the fish mentioned earlier (good beginner plants preferrably). Do these plants require a certain substrate or fertiliser? Also is driftwood a good idea for my tank? Basically I want to have an attractive aquarium with happy, healthy fish and I really want to do my absolute best to get things right so any advice is welcome. Thanks so much and sorry for a long first post!