My plan after my tank has finished cycling was to introduce 2-3 amano shrimp. If all goes well and my betta is not bothered by them, my boyfriend wanted to introduce 5-6 neon tetra's. I told him 10 gallons isn't that large of a tank and we don't want to over stock it. I have read that you want to keep 1" per gallon of water. I've also read the bare minimum you want to have for a school of neon tetra is 5. I don't want to get them and have them feeling stress from such a small group. Would a 10 gallon tank with 1 betta, 5 or 6 neon tetra's, and 2 or 3 amano shrimp be considered too much? I was also considering the fact that my filter (aqua clear 20) is on it's slowest setting because it was far too powerful for my betta on medium; it was effortlessly pushing my betta around the tank. The current is still pretty strong now but it may not be strong enough for all those fish and shrimp. Thoughts?