Hi, I have a 6' x 2' x 2' heavily planted, low tech tank and in late November I fell in love with a piece of bogwood 21" high and 18" in diameter which has been soaking ever since. Sometime in the next couple of weeks I intend to add it to the tank and clothe it with Anubias and Crypts, mostly Windelove. There are already some bogwood chunks which make a group 20" long to which I thought I would butt up the new wood. As I dont know which will be the best way to place the wood until it is in the tank I thought I would remove all the plants and fishes (60 Cherry Barbs, four Rosy Barbs, four Corys and four Ottos) to a separate tub while I play with the wood. I had intended to dispose of most of the water and clean the substrate while I was at it. Then attach the Anubias to the wood with cable clips and then replant. Water for the refill would be from the temporary fish/plant home plus some dechlorinated water which would have to be kept in the bath as there is nowhere else. Do you think this is a good plan which would not stress the fish too much or are there better alternatives. Thanks for your help.