I'm getting a bit bored of my 30g community tank which just always looks empty despite there being quite a few fish in it. This winter, when I have more free time, I'm thinking about rehoming the fish to my understocked 45g. Though I'd rather get everyone's input here and do research before I jump into this. These will be my first aggressive cichlids (well, my bolivian rams are total jerks, so maybe they count too heheh). The 30 is currently well planted with lots of wood and caves. Would it be possible to keep a pair of Jewels in there? Would any other fish work with them like a BN pleco? I don't plan on raising fry so I wouldn't mind there be a fish to munch on any eggs. I'm looking for something colorful and active, and the jewels I've occasionally seen at the LFS seem to fit the bill; though I'm open to the suggestion of other cichlids that would work. I know the tank is rather small for most cichlids but I'm looking for some that I can just have one or two of since I already have 3 community tanks, now looking to do something different. Like I said, this is at least a month down the road so I'd like to have all the planning in preparation to make these fishies as happy as possible.