Thanks for complimenting the tank. No I won't tear it down, it will remain a home for the breeding pair of kribensis and the rummy nose tetras. I read that when breeding it's good for the male to have some fish to chase away as this gives him something to do and an outlet for his aggression. I also read that you have to separate them from their fry after two months because the old fry will be seen as a threat when the parents are ready to breed again. Already they have been exploring more with out their parents protection so I guess in nature they'd probably be starting to head for other pastures. It's been pretty fun to watch them growing up and what involved parents they have, I just hope I'll be able to find them all other homes.