Hi there! I'm planning on starting a neocaridina lowtech setup with the Ultum Nature Systems All in one 45A tank (dimensions: 17.71 in x 11.02 in x 11.02 in). I have steady access to RO water which I'm planning to treat using shrimp salt. I was looking to use UN controsoil but I would like to see if there are any better alternatives. I'm looking for a low tech setup, since I travel a lot and can be away from my tank for up to two weeks at times. I am also seeking advice on what plants to get, as I am completely clueless as to what plants would be good. I used to have a 5 gallon iwagumi with a beautiful monte carlo carpet, but I used fluval shrimp stratum and that tank is now as good as dead as its been almost 3 years since I made it and the substrate has disintegrated. But rather than an iwagumi style setup, I want to try to do a more natural looking setup. Thanks for taking the time to read this and perhaps answer!