Your PM caused me to go back through this thread, and a couple comments from past comments. First, the Python faucet part, I had exactly the same issue with three different ones (they also kept breaking), this last time I got the Aqueon part, it fits the Python tube, and is much better made. I also prefer the valve control, a switch instead of moving the bottom piece up and locking it in place. Anyway, you might look into getting the Aqueon part, mine has never leaked or sprayed water like the Python did.
Second thing is remember that the swords on the right (Echinodorus bleheri) will get enormous after a few months; they will be up to the surface and about a foot in diameter (at the upper half) and will certainly need spacing out. Leave at least 6 inches between these plants. You can always move them later as they begin to grow. Just a heads up in case you're thinking of more plants, you will have big sword plants before long and space will be filled. It looks like you have maybe 6 or 7--if so, they will completely fill that tank even without anything else. Given the space, and with nutrients, they grow.
Third comment is the wood, it is centred; I would suggest moving it to the right, I think if you moved it directly to the right until the right edge is exactly where the swords start now, and obviously move the small plants that would be behind/under it then, it would make the space appear longer--which may not seem like something necessary now, but once those swords fill out I assure you the tank space will appear much smaller, and the wood repositioned would extend it. Also look less contrived.
Nice setup, terrific substrate, a very nice interesting chunk of wood, and a good start of plants.