Yeah, crazy huh. It started with just one, who I had to put in the planted tank because he was too passive for the other one. Then a pair of orange heads, also got picked on, went in. And really, it's not so bad. They've never uprooted anything large - it's just the little new java ferns and anubias that won't stay down. I've never perfected the art of sticking them to something and tying the ferns to a driftwood once resulted in a flying fox tied in a tight knot. With this tank change though I'm going to be doing something more like Trackhazard's firemouth tank, which someone linked me in my other post. Which is basically a big rock pile with plants inside it. However, I do want to have the swords in the back. One guy on C-F has orange heads and some similar plants, which he just anchored with pea gravel under his sand, and that works out alright. I guess my thinking is just that as long as I've got the flourite, might as well use it instead.
It's looking like maybe just having a base of flourite with a good cover over top of it of the PFS may just be the way to go, as any other effort beyond that will be wasted.
(I have two pairs of dorisgera in this tank too, actually.)