Sounds good! Hope it works well for you and one thing I might pass on is how much better I get along with my fish if I try to watch and really understand some of what looks so weird at times. Not to get too involved with saying fish do the same as humans because they do have lots of different responses but there are some things that I can see which totally work the same as it does with us.
Their reactions are often more basic than us, like they rarely fall in love, nor hate each other but they do react to things we might call near the same.
If they get beat up by a fish, they may avoid that fish, while we might say we hate them. So when we see a fish doing something odd, like hiding in the corner, be aware they may be doing the same thing we do when we don't feel good!
That puts us finding lots of value in just watching our fish for what is "normal" and "odd" as that is often the first clue to something we may need to change. If the fish is hiding to avoid the bully, we need to react differently than if he is hiding because he has a big white spot on his head? If you suddenly find a pair of egg laying fish who have always been peaceful and now are terrible and one of them is fat, it's a different thing than just them becoming jerks!
Take the time to watch your fish and ask why they are doing things.