After trying to keep my Buce alive in my 60x 40x 45x I thought a change may be in order and have swapped the survivors over to a TMC Signature 60x45x30cm and tried my hand a stone based aquascape. The Buce seem relieved*. With a nod to Dave Chow's aquascape 'Great Wall of China' in Green Aqua (a nod from a great distance) I used a large stone. I thought of using Seiryu Stone, however, decided to go for some Psammíti** knocking around my garden. I added some chips off the old block around the base. I have moved the colony of yellow shrimp to the tank (originally bought from @Steve Buce) and they seem to be doing ok***. Dotted with smaller Crypts (an ode to George Farmer) and with some terrestrial moss on the rock - pinching the idea from @Matt @ ScapeEasy. As always any comments or advice would be very welcome. * NB the ones that look full of health have just been bought from Aquarium Gardens. These are the ones that look rather surprised (not in a good way). ** A large piece of Psammíti sounds like a rock that that can be sold for large amounts of money. In the hope that this does take off I have renamed sandstone grit as Psammíti (or used the Greek name for a similar type of rock) in the hope that this takes off and that bloody irritating pile of rocks in the bottom of my garden suddenly transformed into the latest aquascaping fashion. *** On a side note when Buce were described as 'shrimp safe' they really didn't mean a colony of Steve's - amazing colors, robust, breed like crazy and enjoy the odd buce plant when not fed on a daily basis.