Welcome, grannyfish, to TFK forum. Nice to have you with us.
If you noticed, some of the fish names shaded in previous posts. That means you can click on the names to see our profile of that species. The name will shade if it is typed in a post exactly as it appears in the profile, common or scientific name. If you check the profiles for the fish mentioned through out this thread, you will see a few issues which i will briefly mention.
A 10g is insufficient space for kuhli loach which should be in a group of at least 5 (4 might work, but better 5 or more) and needs a 2-foot tank with sand. Also note they will likely be hidden most of the time; they are nocturnal. Once settled they might come out depending.
Honey Gourami are also better in a 2-foot tank. In a 10g a pair is certain to spawn, and this will cause trouble for the other inhabitants.
Neons could work, but again a larger group in a larger tank would be best for the fish.
The initial Celestial Pearl Danio were OK, on their own [profile explains why]. Or a group of the Sparkling Gourami, 3-5. Substrate fish could be included, a group of one of the "dwarf" species of cory. Shrimp depending upon species, as some might get eaten (by the gourami).
On the LED light, I agree that low light plants (such as crypts, Anubias, JAva Fern, Java Moss, and some floating) will likely be fine, assuming the LED light is sufficient. I don't know the LED fixtures personally, but from those I have seen in local fish stores they seem to be good over small (under 20g) tanks with the right plants.