I did a water change this morning, without my "Python" which should arrive in a couple of days. I changed 25% of the tank water and added the "Aqua Plus,” as directed. I did nothing else to the tank, but will get the gravel this weekend, once I have the proper equipment. 11 days to cycle! I still can't believe it. The three added fish, silver tips, are doing very well, as are the 3 white skirts. I want to get more of each, as soon as possible. Slow and steady is the standard I should keep, but I am pulled to get up to two more of each, today. They school somewhat, and I am told that once I get the numbers up to 5 each, that is enough for frequent schooling. Is that your experience? In my 29 gallon tank I eventually would like 5 white skirts, 5 silver tips, 4 panda cory's, 5 blue tetra's and 5 cardinal tetra's. Is that too much? How often can/should I add fish? I would have my water checked at "Aquariums Plus," which is 5 minutes away; first, before adding more, to be sure the water chemistry is good. Today is just 14 days since I first bought and filled the tank with water. I just love this hobby!