After the second leak on the big tank, I gave up and got a brand new tank. This one is a 4 foot, and is just gorgeous. The cycle survived and the water is great. I added two new angels to it and they never quite seemed 'good'. No signs at all of disease or injury, yet a few weeks after adding them they both died in the same night. Both showed nothing new in the evening, and then they died some hours later. One floated and one sunk - that is honestly the only difference the two of them had. I'm stumped, but a little philosophical. Something seemed a little odd with them. I can't even identify what it was. No one else is sick. The dwarf gourami has a huge bulge on his mouth. It's soft when he presses against the glass. I so want to take a lancet to it! But I won't. He still eats, swims, annoys everyone, seems fine. I'm putting this down to DG overbreeding. They're a finicky, fickle species. He and the other I have will be the last dwarf gouramis I ever get. I ended up with an upside down catfish. I will get him a school in time - I don't want to disturb this tank too much, and he seems happy pretending he is a loach for now. I asked my guy for any peppered cories, and he bags this little guy. I say, "dude, he's no Cory!", and he laughs and says, "yeah, he's a catfish. Under down swim!" Haaaa. I don't think he realizes how funny he is. I hope he understood me asking him to ensure he gets more in in the next few weeks. The language barrier is hilarious when he pulls out some random and unrelated fish to what I asked for Pictures soon. My lush, overgrown forest died with the leak. Mst plants survived ok, but it's sparse compared to what it was. Still, the growth is definitely coming back strong. There is some weird plant shortage in every shop I go to these days. Weird, I say.