Here it is, not very professional compared to some of the amazing tanks you see on this site, but it definitely brightens up my dining room anyway! Tank specs as follows: Roma 240 (approx 40G), flourite substrate, 2 x 40W T8 tubes on 10 hours per day, Eheim pro II 2026 filter, CO2 approx 20ppm, pH 6.7, KH 4, dose ferropol (20ml per week) and tpn+ (5 ml three times per week), UV steriliser, in-line heater. CO2 is bubbled into the intake of the filter, no other reactor used. Occupants are; the surivors of a 4ft collection from greenline (haven't got the hang of the names yet!), 20 odd cardinals, 10 pencilfishes, 4 cory's, 1 bristlenose, 1 chinese algae eater and 1 small angelfish sulking somewhere. Taken up this hobby in the last 6 months, and have really enjoyed the challenge. Aquarium stand is home made, it's made with a pine frame, with oak veneer glued ontop, and hard wood used for the door frames and top. I'm quite pleased with the tank overall, but a little disappointed with the plant growth to be honest. I'm thinking of upgrading my lighting to t5's, or perhaps just replacing the t8 tubes which could be worn out. Pencilfishes are trying to breed, but get their eggs promptly eaten by an array of hungry mouths, interesting to watch though! Keen to add a couple of dward cichlids, perhaps apistogammas, not decided yet. Constructive criticism gratefully recieved!