Oo! I'm gonna be the first to reply!
Ok, now, if you don't like my suggestion, please ignore it. I just had some time on my computer and nothing better to do, so I decided to practice with photoshop a little... And, um, if I
had an awesome huge tank like yours and those plants... Well, that's what photoshop and pictures are for.
Here's what I'd do with it:
Well, kinda, then the stem plants would get all big and fill in...
Ok, maybe not exactly like that... I guess I just wanna see more green. And I'd suggest another piece of driftwood... a bigger piece! 75gallons... so much room to play around in... So much you can do with that. You've got a beautiful selection of plants... I love that red thing - Just 'cause I like the red. I'd put it as a nice accent behind some of that pretty green stuff you have to the right of it.
And, of course, they're all such young plants, politely standing in the spot they were put... can't wait to see them stretch out and grow and take over everything...
There. That's my little suggestion for your awesome start.
'cause I know when I started with my 30gl, I had maybe two healthy stems of water wisteria, a tiny clipping of a dead-looking-but-I-wasn't-gonna-give-up-on-it ludwigia thingie that's currently turning a faint orangey color on the new growth, and an amazon sword from petco. I was also flat freaking broke, I grew them slowly with an incandescent 60W light bulb. Today I have a couple more plant species (thank you swap n shop!) in there, TONS of wisteria (hehehe..) and an extra light bulb and like, rocks and driftwood from the shore near me. It's not gorgeous, but I like it. And I think that's probably the most important thing to this hobby... Make sure it pleases YOU. (though I like to think I do it to please my cat... kitty tv, y'know?)
eeehhhh... ok, I've talked too much.