Although not the most imaginative when it comes to scaping I can honestly say I've caught the bug and positively look forward to trimming and moving plnats around, etc. When my son's tank became empty he was no longer bothered about it and I "offered" to take it off his hands. When he found out what I wanted it for he let me do what I wanted but it was to stay in his room. The initial thought was wood with moss a couple of stems with PH surrounding the rocks at the front of the wood and HC in the foreground. I hated it instantly, the wood on the left wouldn't stay where I wanted it, it also suffered algae badly when I wasn't there (deployed) to carry out the necessary maintenance. So it was ripped out and the rocks recycled, the PH had grown well but the HC had died back after being covered in algae. So in went fresh HC and Staurogyne with the PH being spread about and numerous crypts added from another tank and here is the current set-up having started to get over another CO2 issue (remember that bubble counter problem Aaron ?) I am thinking of ripping this apart this weekend though, I like the style, however, I don't think the rocks are high enough as they are. It is supposed to look like the tops of rocky mountains coming through a forest canopy. Was also thinking of moving the PH to the back and moving the Staurogyne between it and the HC. Any thoughts?