I recently lost 3 of my 4 amanos in my tank. They were fine during the day and then in the morning my dog was finding tasty carpet jerky shrimp. And this was in a covered eclipse tank with only the small opening in the back for the cords and the small lid on the top opened.
They seem so calm, but if you spook one you can see how they can get out. Those things can absolutely fly around the tank, I have seen them more than once leave the water and hit the hood. Just be careful, maybe some plastic wrap over the top in the nights. Just my observations, I'm still new to all this.
I think cherry shrimp would be a on better bet, I have a one gallon open top bowl with 5 of them and they are quite content to climb around on the plants and stay away from the surface. In general cherries seem much calmer than the amanos.
Also the plants look great, I love how the red one looks in the tank, what is it?