I mean, who wouldn't?
This tank now replaces the two 5.5 gallon tanks, the 4 gallon Spec, and a 10 gallon tank. Such a large tank has taken quite a lot of getting used to, and has had more than its fair share of frustration. I certainly don't regret the upgrade, though. The plants are from the above mentioned tanks... Yikes. How on earth did we get that many plants in those small tanks?!
Thus far the stock level is really, really low: Female betta x1, diptail pencil fish x8, scarlet badis x1, African Dwarf Frog x1 (not recommended in this high of a tank), and Glolight tetras-- x3, down from 8 due to disease. :(
We're lucky our lady betta is so mild-mannered (its unbelievable!!), because the pencil fish are fraidy cats, for sure! We do have trouble with her over-eating and making it hard for our shy fish to get enough to eat. It's a process.
Our elderly male betta, Yuki, lives in the 4 gallon in our bedroom. He seems to really like it there.