So I gave in to my MTS AGAIN and purchased another 55 gallon tank that I'm setting up and starting to cycle as we speak. At any rate my LFS had pink and grey convicts. The pink ones almost look like jellybean parrots except for the heads. And of course the gray ones look like the typical convicts. I will be purchasing a pair of the grays once my cycling is complete. I would really like to get a pair but don't know how to sex them. I asked the woman at the fish store and she said the males have a red orange spot on their side and the females dont. She also said that since these ones are only about 6 months old its still hard to tell. There were a couple in the tank that had a nice red orange spot. Others have told me its the fin shape (like gouramis) if its pointed its a male and if its rounded its a female. Does anyone on the forum know for sure or have some better advice for me??