Hi guys! I'll get right to it. I'm planning to buy the Aqueon Glass 10 gallon aquarium at Petsmart's dollar per gallon sale. I've always loved guppies but never really had the chance to get them because I own two bettas, each in a 5 gallon aquarium, who I could never give away. So my ideas for stocking the tank are: 1. Four or five fancy male guppies 2. Three or four shrimp. I'm not sure what kind- I love ghost shrimp, but there's good things about amanos too, so it anyone has pros and cons about them, that'd be great. 3. A snail or two. I do not want snail babies, and I hear nerite snails are good, but I also like apple snails. Snail suggestions would be helpful. I'm not really sure about the rest. I did some research and decided that platies are a possibility, but I just don't really like mollies. Of course, if anyone has a lot of fun with mollies, I would be willing to reconsider. Guppies and shrimp are the musts for this tank. They and bettas are probably my favorite freshwater animals. I just want a lot of variety in this tank, but little to no chance of inhabitants attacking each other. I'm planning to buy a light and lid to go with the tank. I've been obsessed with live plants recently too, so I thought I'd try out java fern, java moss, Marimo moss balls, anacharis, and any other plants you could suggest that require very low maintenance. I have anacharis currently, which is doing well. I had an anubias in the past but really had no idea how to care for it. Are there any specific plants that guppies or platies prefer? Oh, and I really don't know how to do the CO2 system thing, but if someone could explain I might be able to give it a try. The filter I'm planning for is the Aqueon Quietflow for the 10 gallon. I'd appreciate any and all help offered. Thank you so much for your time. I'm so sorry if this question should be in a different category. I just joined and am currently learning the ropes. Thanks again! Bye! P.S. Feel free to tell me everything that's wrong with my plan. I do not want any fishy casualties.