Good idea :)
Thanks to all who gave me advice and suggestions for the original reason I came here, the attempt to save a 75 gallon tank that had horribly ammonia spiked out of control. A few fish were saved, and the tank is clean and happy once more, though still cycling somewhat.
Tank info! :)
90 Gallon: My favorite tank for the moment. 16 various african cichlids, ranging from 3 to 6 inches. It has two Biowheel Emperor 400 filters to deal with the fairly heavy waste these guys spit out, and its tons of fun to watch. They run away from the 9 in pleco in the tank :)
75 Gallon: Rebuilt, Refilled, Recycled, back in business. This tank has my newest fish family members, three baby albino tiger oscars. They're doing just great so far, and the tank has not risen above 2ppm, in fact its starting to drop off towards 0 again. The pleco who survived the original ammonia spike has almost fully recovered by all appearances. The filter media was previously cultured as was the gravel. 330 and 400 biowheel HOB
29 gallon: Second favorite tank, at least until the oscars get nice and big :) Gold gourami, opaline gourami, dwarf gourami, pink kissing gourami, a betta, 8 glow-lite tetras, 4 longfinned zebra danios, 3 black mystery snails, 6 african dwarf frogs, a small stunted rainbow shark I rescued, and a bunch of ghost shrimp. Lots of fake plants, looks beautiful though :) Penguin 330 biowheel
20L gallon: Newest tank, helped save the 75 gallon survivors. Currently home to a few stray guppies I picked up. Has a little Biowheel penguin 125 filter. Technically my wife's tank but I take care of it :) All 8 current residents are known as 'Sarah'
10 Gallon: This is my wife's tank as well. 1 Calico ryukin goldfish and 1 red cap oranda goldfish, named Molly and Polly. Then George the golden algea eater.
So that's my inventory :) Hope to learn lots more here and to help others with what I already know and pick up along the way :)