So I would really like to get a bigger tank in order to have more room for me to play with But my question is... what size tank should I get? I know most often it's "the bigger the better," but I do have some conditions. I'm still in college. This creates two key problems in the tank size discussion: while I will be getting the tank after I move into an off campus apartment, I will inevitably be moving about a year, maybe a bit more, after that (when I graduate). So whatever tank I get can't be impossible to move, it will likely have to be moved back home until I get a job, and then moved to wherever I need to be living once I get said job. The other problem is money - it's limited for me (college motto: free food? sounds delicious). So I'm thinking something around 20-30 gallons, but which one? Is "bigger tanks are harder to move" a misconception, and so I could go even bigger? Or should I probably just wait until I have a more permanent home? I'm not sure what I would want as far as fish, except that I know I want to keep our BN pleco for sure, and I know that would do fine in 20 long and bigger. If we wanted to get a second pleco, would they both be okay in a 20 or does that up the requirements to 30? I know they can be territorial sometimes. As a note, our pet shops sell Ancistrus Dolichopterus. Thanks for reading, and I hope to hear from some people who have been in similar situations as far as the possibility of frequent moving is concerned.