I don't think there is a shaking your head smiley :wink: . I've gotta settle for the blushing face and eye rolling one lol. I'm sure anyone with any sence knows my tank is ridiculous and it's a wonder it's not total chaos or mayhem. Honestly though, there isn't much I regret doing. It is a very colorful & interesting tank and all considered it's relatively peaceful. I wouldn't recommend starting out the way I did, buying pretty fish not knowing what they are most of the time and then learning about them, but if I would have started out the right way, with three species of fish and the correct M.-F. ratio I don't know that I would have done nearly as much reading and research on them. It's been a great learning experience. Also take into consideration that I started out buying fish in trios because I was thinking of going with an all male tank. With that in mind, it really wouldn't be so ridiculous if I'd just get rid of the females lol. So far, with the exception of the yellow labs, the red zebras, and possibly the albino socolofi, I have managed to get rid of what I thought were extra males :thumb: (pats self on back here lol even if I did run right out and buy more ). After I get the 5ft. tank, I still want to keep the 55g. running and a quarentine/hospital tank and also probably a fry grow out tank. Maybe even a 20g. for the brichardi if they pair off :roll: . There's a couple victorians I'd love to have too plus a few more species of malawi, just not sure where to put them yet unless I do stick to the plan and have one of the tanks an all male tank. That might not be a bad idea considering all the different species I want. I guess there's a limit to the number of fish you should have even in a 5ft. tank lol. opcorn: Sorry so long.