Looks like a really good start. I will be rescaping my 10 gallon and using similar filtration. One thing with these 10 gallons that I have learned is that you have to stick to plants that grow slowly and do not too quickly grow and break the surface or scaping and trimming can become a real chore. Some pygme nana, glosso, or pearlweed (HM), or marsilia minuta for a carpet would look nice. But I just realized, your bottom dwellers may run rough shot over the carpet so that may not work. Very smail java ferns to the background and around the sides would stay short and look good. A crypt may also be a good choice. Some floaters(25% of the surface in the form of water lettuce or cardamine lyrata) would also work well as an algae preventative. I will be curious to see how the light fixture works for you. I have been eying one of those for a long time, but wanted to get pressurized c02 before going with such a high light fixture. I love Amano Shrimp and would recommend them to anyone setting up a 10 gallon planted tank. They don't place a huge bioload on the tank and in my experience extremely efficient consumers of residual algae and dead plant matter.