I've had my 55 gallon corner set up for about 5 years and always wanted a bigger tank. About six months ago I scored a deal on a SeaClear 90 gallon acrylic tank (60"L x 18"W x 20"D). I'm not totally crazy about the integrated filter system but it'll hide my equipment and I can run my canister along with it. I need to move the tank because we're having our house tented for termites (common thing here in SoCal). It's an opportunity to redo my stock and finally do the re-tank. I plan to move out the corner and move it in to the garage when I bring it back. I can then set up the 90 inside the house to cycle and seed it with media from the 55. Currently I have these fish in the tank. 2 Gold Angels about 6-7" across 2 Eartheater Cichlids 2 Upside Down Cats 1 Rafael Cat 1 Common Pleco 3 Gold Barbs 1 Blue Gourami 1 Gold snail 2 Striped snails 1 Siamese Algae Eater My wife is ok with the bigger tank as long as I re-stock with "colorful fish that don't fight". That means at least the Eartheaters (gray color) and Angels (they fight) need to be re-homed. Those four are also most likely to eat the fish she wants. One LFS will give me 10% off a purchase for bringing in fish, the other won't give me anything but will put them in an adoption tank. I'd like to re-home the pleco too but my son thinks he's the coolest. I might be able to get a bristlenose to replace it to avoid crowding the tank. The new tank will have a Black Diamond Sand 20/40 substrate with osmocote tabs. The current tank is around 77-80 degrees year round. So what do you all think for stocking the new tank? Endlers? Guppies? Neons? Rainbowfish? 1 Male Betta? I know I'd like to have a school of Corys and to get some more SAE friends for my little guy. We had tiger barbs years ago and my wife wasn't a fan. And yes I know my current stocking is a bit of a mess so I appreciate help getting it fixed.