Well, Simplicity did say in Canada, which technically isn't the U.S. ;D
My apologies, the statement was directed toward Jnaz. I figured he wasn't aware of those sizes since i haven't mentioned them when i was watching his original 60f get scaped for the first time. I've seen his room in person and it's so much more impressive that way
I was using an old ADA 17mm outflow glass lily pipe that had the glass nipple for the suction cup broken off on one of my tanks. The glass where the nipple was was pretty thin. Yesterday while twisting the pipe to adjust the direction of flow, it snapped in half. I immediately put my thumb over the top to stop the gushing water. Bad idea. The bottom half had broken into a nice sharp point and my thumb came down right on it hard. Ouch! Blood started gushing and went into the tank and down its sides. At his point I had gushing water and blood to deal with while I reached under and into the stand to turn off the flow. I had a mess to clean up when I was done. I grabbed a towel from the other side of the room and then walked back and threw it on the puddle of water. I left a nice blood trail around the room.
Moral of the story: turn off the filter before adjusting the pipes.
I ripped out the hydrocotyle Japan from the 60P because it was taking over everything very quickly. It was growing into the HC and popping out everywhere. I accidentally uprooted the entire mat of HC in the front while I was taking the H. Japan. I pressed the mat back into place and planted some HC trimmings in the bare spots. It doesn't look so good right now so there will not be an updated picture for a while.
I started on the new 60F. I am going to wait a few days and decide if I like the rock placement before I continue. No matter where I tried the light I had shadows on the substrate. I think that this final location works the best. The light is almost completely hidden and the planted area will not have any shadows.
Which plants do you guys think would look good on the right side behind the rocks? I was thinking crypts.