The S&C paper produced a method for people to see how to create a recipe for their tanks thjrough trial and error. We all call that result PMDD. However the recipe is supposed to be dependent on what your tank needs. Don't just use the recipe that S&C came up with for their tanks, it will probably fall short someplace for you because you probably don't have the same tap water, or substrate, or plant community, or fish community, or fish feeding regime, or lighting....... ad infinatum.
Use the paper to follow a method to make a PMDD that works for you. And then read a little more and find out you don't want to make a single fertilizer mix, you really want all these things in seperate bottles so you can dose what is needed, when it is needed, withough dosing things that are in proper balance. Or you may want to measure out the ferts dry and not mix up a liquid at all.
You have to laugh at how a paper that was meant to 'liberate' people from the cost and constriction of a commercial product has 'bound' so many people.
Aquascape? I'm a crypt farmer.
It's a fine line between fishing and standing on the shore looking like an idiot.
That IS an aquascape, it's titled "The Vacant Lot".