Small bit about me since I've been gone for about 10 years. I've been apart of many fish keeping forums (CCA, MFK, CMAS, etc) when I was big into the hobby before. I've keep full blown reef tanks with sps, lps, and softies, alligators, scorpions, CA/SA cichlids, piranha, and snake heads. All of my freshwater tanks before were large aggressive tanks so this time around I wanted to go the opposite direction. Instead of a big tank with only a couple fish I wanted to do a big tank with tons of fish in it. Feels free to throw down any advice at all, I've been gone for awhile and I'm totally open to suggestions. Setup: 125g glass tank 2x fluorescent 1 bulb strip lights 3x AC110 2x 300w finnex heaters Current tank inhabitants: 18x black phantom tetra 8x Corydoras paleatus 12x green fire tetra 8x Serpae Tetra 6x Bolvian rams I plan on adding some more tetra but not set on what kind I just really enjoy the school movements when they group up. I don't know anything about plants but at the marketplace on Sunday I picked up whatever people said were good for low light or that was cheap. I'm not sure if I want to keep the gravel or go for sand but there will be more fish, more plants, and more driftwood in the future. Oh yea and behold the elusive Pickles fish checking the tank for quality control.