I love bottom feeders, I think they tend to have more personality. I was wondering about a possible setup. What if you did a sort of upside down planted look: only floating plants, and sand on the bottom. Probably a piece of driftwood to, but other than that just open, sandy bottom. The reason I'm wondering is because I want a planted tank with kuhlis, cories, and some other bottom fish, but I know I'll never see them. So, I'm wondering, If most of the hiding space was from the middle up, would it encourage them to hang out there, and perch in the plants? I'm imagining kuhlis and cories laying on big leaves and hiding among the tangles of hornwort. They could still be on the bottom, but I wouldn't loose them and they'd spread out to the other levels. So, just wondering. What do you think?