If there was confusion, the driftwood is in there already... while not particularly showy, it does work well to anchor moss and provide nooks and crannies for fish to call home. I think the angle of the photo makes it all look even smaller than it is, though it is still disappointingly small for how much it cost.
I bought the petrified wood on ebay, I'm definitely quite fond of it. As I mentioned before it was originally meant for an ADA 60P, I had some intention of an iwagumi type layout. I suppose I decided that one tank was enough to worry about... after buying everything except the ADA stuff. In any case it was quite reasonable, much more so than the driftwood.
As for the autodosing system, here's the link to where I posted about it:
The pumps are around $80 or so each, so those plus timers (I'm currently using a $5 '15 minute interval' analog cheapie from Target), a couple bottles of peroxide and the various fittings and tubings. I wasted a good bit of money ($60) on Grasslin timers which appear to be wholly incompatible with the pumps -- they would constantly reset. I say in that thread I've never added it up, heh, still haven't.
I will say that the autodosing system made an incredible improvement, as my sleep schedule constantly varies doing it manually resulted in extremely inconsistent fertilizing.
Blah... nasty algae and melting crypt.
The algae is now also in my riccia, which I dare not squirt Excel onto of course. The heavy hit of the H2O2 does seem to have helped elsewhere, so I'll probably repeat that again tonight, again not at the riccia though.
I'm also going to give putting my CO2 on a separate timer a shot. It's always been on the same timer as the first bank of lights, but since I have a spare timer I figured I'd try turning it on an hour before the lights, turning it off an hour before lights out.
There are quite a few Gourami fry swimming around, much to my surprise.
I'm hesitant to disturb the aquarium by pulling out the stem plants for rearrangement. I think I'll probably wait until I feel I have the algae better under control, though I might get antsy about that this weekend.