Sorry MCH, but I forgot that I switched out my old 10w bulb (it died last year) for a 13w bulb. But again, if you have CO2 you can probably bump up the wattage and still keep algae at bay. Depends on what lamp you will be using (reflector quality) and the height, too.
As for the tank:
Nearly all my HC died so I redid the scape. Lava rocks out, driftwood stump in! Will post pictures tomorrow or Monday. I still have to glue some MP onto the stump, which I likely will not get to until Monday.
I am very pleased with how the scape turned out so my HC dying wasn't a total loss. Plus, I found out that my RCS were hiding and not eaten by my Betta.
I found a great deal on two 12" 18w fixtures a few days back and received them today. I am using one over my 10g and one over my Mini M, which means that my Mini-Aqualight is available for use over this tank. Not only does this free up some desk space that was previously used by the desk lamp (lighting device for this tank before the Aqualight), but it also means that my Mini-Aqualight is not going to sit around collecting dust.
ATM, I have a single 9w 10000K bulb in it. I do have a 6700K bulb, too, but I much prefer the color of 10000K.
Ignore the Subwassertang ball, I will be selling that in a couple days. If anyone wants to purchase it please PM me.