Update: Hadn't been entirely happy with how this scape was working. I spent a week or two puttering about with minor changes---removed the vals, added blyxa japonica, pulled the snail eaten red root floater in favor of frog bit, tweaked hard scape, etc.
Realized today what I was missing was how the endlers looked as they moved about the tank. I'd wanted a strong positive and negative space so they'd be viewed moving in/out of the two areas, but the planted area wasn't strong enough and the buggers are just too fast for a binary system.
So, yanked everything out (including a suddenly egg-laying nerite-now banished to a different nano tank), cleaned things up a bit, and put it all back a little differently.
Mostly the same plants: crypt parva, anubia nana petite, mini bolbitis, baby tears, marsila quadrifolia, xmas moss, frogbit, that blyxa japonica--and added two crypts---variety unknown but they've off-spring of small crypts that have been in another pico tank for almost a year. One is more of a bronze, the other a bright green.
Shots back and front as this tank sits on the counter separating my kitchen and living areas so it's viewed from both sides.