Sounds like quite the project. First off, aside for the fish selection, lets talk about some of the particulars of your spec list.
A 29 gallon, I believe, has a 12"x30" footprint. Not alot of room there for the extensively plant list you have selected. To be honest, that plant list would be a bit much for a 75 gallon. The Hygrophila sp. alone would over grow that tank weekly. Mix that plant list with the lace rock and you have no room at all!
Now, Labidochromis caeruleus can go with a planted tank, but as what was stated earlier, plant selection is critical. They will dig (and fan) the substrate. Heavy root feeding plants may not be practical. I believe cryptocoryne is an unadvisable selection, however, I have never tried it so I can't state that it can't be done.
For a tank that size, and the fish selection, use the K.I.S.S. Technique. (Keep It Simple Stupid). Anubias barteri, Microsorum pteropus, Bolbitis heudelotii. Only a suggestion.
If you change fish, you should still cut down that plant list some to allow some of the plants an oppurtunity to grow out to their full splendor and not sufficate under a jungle of intermixed randomness.
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