i don't mind 1g tanks though they're high maintenance but not for permanent homes just because I have the space for something larger. I honestly cant understand my 2,5g tank, the with substrate leaves 2g for water and one betta gets to .5ppm ammonia within 4 days and a bit higher than that after 5 days. ive done a 50wc at that point but it did very little to cut down the ammonia. I do prefer the 3.4g kk atm as the larger water quantity is easier to maintain.
Kigurumi (F) yellow PK 7/4/13, Kurama VT 9/8/13, Zeydalus Salamander EE PK 21/3/14, Ryuk turquoise dragon DeT 8/5/14----Crested Gecko (8ths old) Sven Cal 27/12/11,
RIP: Osiris copper DT, Nel blue VT, Nelliel turquoise grizzle DT, Zaku red cambo, Blitzkreig Pineapple CT, Halloween orange chocolate DeT, Grimmjow, turquoise green CT