Thanks for the feedback!
Tank: 46g bowfront
Light: 96 Watt Power Compact Flourescent (a tad over 2 watts gallon)
Substrate: Some sort of flourite based gravel
Co2: None, which is I why I'm growing undemanding plants and why I haven't increased my light.
Water temp: 76 deg.
Filtration: Rena Filstar xp3 with no chemical media, but plenty of biological and mechanical.
Fertilization: I just put some liquid ferts in the water column every now and then -- that's about it.
With this layout, I'm trying to go for Amano's triangle layout, which is supposed to be high on one side and low on the other. The triangle layout is ideal if you want your tank to be viewable from two sides (the low side and the front). In this case, the low side faces a sofa, so having only low plants on that side provides a clear line of sight from the sofa all the way to the far side of the tank.
The triangle layout is tricky because it is designed to be unbalanced. Also, that jungle val in the far back/left of the tank needs to grow in more to complete the triangle, and I think it would help if the chain sword on the right side would propogate a little bit. The placement of the red plant is supposed to coincide with the golden-ratio, which Amano uses. The tank looks really beautiful to me when I look at it, but it's really difficult for me to capture that beauty in a photograph -- my camera sucks and I'm no photographer.
But I do think we can see some things by looking at the photo, and all feedback is appreciated.
Perhaps someone with some experience with Amano's triangle can offer some suggestions?