Thank you bro, for your review, whats about getting the fluval aquasky 2.0 instead of the fluval plant 3.0? 2 of them my tank is 60" long and 25" width. And how many and whats size for them?Hola Otra Vez!
I'm sorry. I did actually see that you posted this question quite a while ago. I was going to answer but I wasn't sure if you still had the question.
If it were me, I would not spend the extra for the Plant 3.0... your plants simply don't need that much light. I've run the aquasky over anubias and java ferns and do just fine. In fact - the light over my "anubias-hospital" (Long story...) is an aquasky and it does great.
All that being said - I would not buy this light again. Ultimately, my wife wanted more blue in the lights than we could get from this. Also, I've found that super cheap lights do just as well.
I now run lights that I got off eBay. I bought a 5 foot long "Reef Bar Pro" 50/50 white and blue. It is for salwater and is very blue. They have lots of different versions, and I think one might by 6500k...? That is what I'd use now if I were trying to keep plants alive. I've actually had the best luck with the cheapest 6500k LED shop lights I can get off amazon, then just hook them to a timer. I like the pro mode, but I prefer a wifi timer. I got all my lights on wifi timers so I run the whole fish-
roomhouse from my phone.
long story short - what do you think looks the best? How much money do you want to spend. The aquasky is a solid product, it's just expensive.
Note: I've not owned the plant 3.0, but I have owned the Marine/Reef 3.0. Great light. Overkill powerful, and gets pretty hot.