I think your Buces aren't doing that great cause they attach better to rock, specifically lava rock, than wood. I would try that and see how it works. T hough I love the way they look where you layed them out, so it's a shame to have to move them. I also love the new branches and the placement of the Erio up front, you should add some more!! Also, I think the H. pinnatifida will look great once it grows in! What kinds of Anubias do you have in there, is it just Nana and Petite, or do you have others as well?
I'm not sure what to do with these buces but the lava rock idea sounds like a plan. I wanted them front and center since they look so good when healthy but now I am having to rearrange and fit them in other areas of the tank. Just petite anubias, one of my favorite plants to use in "nano" scapes.
This erio has a pretty big root system. Going to prune back some roots and leaves and replant this guy. Hopefully it bounces back and gives me a smaller erio again. Its starting to look out of scale with the rest of the plants. I'll do the same with the other big eriocaulon kimberly if this works out.
Also did a brief youtube video of my tank with pics. Part 2 vid coming soon.
Update: got rid of hc and replaced with e.belem. fought of BBA and cyno. Got rid of taiwan moss... just grew to fast and overshadowed everything. Slowly adding trimmings to fill in right side with crypt nurii and anubias petite.
and last, I'm moving so now I gotta transfer this badboy twice this year... good times.