Well if you want corals, the angels are a hit and miss case... they might find your corals tasty...or they might not.
The blue tang gets to larg at adult form (a foot long) for a '4 tank..
scotts fairy wrasse I think would be an awesome addition though
jawfish would be fine as long as you have a deep sand bed and all your rock work is sturdy... we dont want them to burrow under the rock and make all of it fall and kill the fish
flame hawkfish are prone to eating inverts...
the clown would be fine... I would even put a pair in their!
and the pseudochromis are "usually" to aggressive... but you can try them.
Maybe some fish like...
Six line wrasse
im drawing blanks here but their are a lot more you can add.
I would not do a cleaner wrasse, they usually do not do to well in captivity because their natural source of food is parasites etc. and it is not often you get one to eat anything other
what lighting do you have? It will have to be pretty strong in order to have a bulb anemone
the cleaner prob. died of shock. how long did you drip him?
Hope this helps!