Jerm, I wanted something that didn't need constant trimming and supervision, that's why no stems.
I'll probably tear this down in the next couple of months and go even lower maintinanence by removing the Tenellus and going for mini Pellia attached to rocks as a ground cover with narrow leaf Java ferns on rocks and driftwood. What can I say? I'm lazy and a little sick of constant monitoring...
medicineman, those temperatures will see thicker fronds on the moss, very nice... As for the care... It's pretty much the same as Java moss - Trim them frequently enough and they'll look awesome.
krazykidd86, that "cavity" is starting to bug me a little, but I will tear this tank down in a couple of months. I did think to stuff some anubias nana in the front, but never really got around to it. As for the Cherries... I'm a little sick of them. I had close to 20 until I added the Puffer.
The filter's just fine, but I will be swapping it out for an Eheim 2213 after I do the re-scape. I want something with a litle more media space and a higher flow rate.
mrbelvedere138, it's Onyx Sand by Seachem. I prefer using this substrate. It's got a nice colour and I don't have to worry about ferts leaching into the water cloumn should I decide to move plants around. I can be as clumsy as I want.
Neoman, I'm sorry I don't. The camera's a POS with no macro abilities.
I hope I didn't leave anyone, or anything out. Thanks for kind words.