Yeah, there's ways to get around sales tax though. I'm not sure if amazon will do it or not though.
Search came out with a better line of products called Aquavitro. Though I'm not sure if they are good or not. I wouldn't mind having some of ADAs products. I might switch to pfertz though, it depends how much shipping is. Hopefully the hairgrass spreads, the light is lower then what I was suggested, but it has a lot of spill. I might exchange the light for a smaller one, but the bulb might stick out...
I know, I hate that they're charging tax now. But still, even with sales tax amazon is usually an awesome deal. But grr. I've ordered my latest wish list already, since Saturday is the deadline.
Yeah, the ADA stuff is expensive. I wonder if it's that much better than Seachem's products? Like the ADA ferts and products like that. But I don't think you need all those expensive things. Just as long as you can get a carpet of hairgrass to grow, your tanks will look awesome guaranteed.
Cyno in the 15 -_- SO annoying! I wish I had the money and somewhere to put the fish to redo it, wanna get ecocomplete as it does look nice.
So through many of annoying moments, I got the 5.5 up. Substrate got all messed up, the hill I tried so hard to get is only visible on one side not the front, and the driftwood floats so I have a rock holding it down. Next is to get a better light. Which should only cost like $8 plus however much it costs to rig it up.
So I got my hardscape setup! I found the perfect driftwood piece, no need for rocks either. Now the question is should I get the super small anubias to tie on there or moss. I will have a week to think it out.