Okay, so since the last time I was here, I've added the internal Marineland Duetto filter(I LOVE carbon filtration now), an AquaGlo florescent bulb, and more plants. Now, the AquaGlo has really kick started my plants' growth, so that just a week later I've had to trim them and made a new anchored group with them. ((I snag leftover lead anchors from the tanks at work. No one misses them. I also have a couple of rubber professional plant anchors.)) It's also caused a tiny algae problem, but I think some hair algae just hitch hiked home on my last bunch of plants. I think I've gotten it back under control. ((If not, I'll pick up some AlgaeFix with my next paycheck.)) Point being, though, that while my plants love the AquaGlo, it doesn't make the tank quite as bright as I'd like, especially in the front, out from under the direct light. I've been looking at the Marina LED Micro Lights, the submersible ones, and was considering getting some to light the front half. I figure a few little LEDs won't hurt my Java Ferns in the front, but would add just enough extra light to clearly see my whole tank.
What do y'all think?