Amphibianite, this log is amazing! very well kept! Even though I haven't done one yet, it seems like you've got it! As for a few tips. Micros like warmth, I like to put mine on top of the fridge close to the back where the heat radiates. You will see your micros swarm. Get Frozen BBS instead of live and always offer them with the Micros. Many people will tell you NOT to do water changes for at least two weeks. Well guess what, I do water changes starting the first few days after the babies are free swimming! Do them daily! and watch ur babies grow literally overnight! Keep dad in there until they are free swimming nicely, you can feed him a bit too but I usually will not do this because he should have been conditioned, (nice n fat) before the spawning. Next spawn, don't use plants, nothing at all. But do get some 2 liter bottles and fill them with aquarium water and put them in the sunlight, (on a window sill), closed tight. Let them get sunlight and when you notice the babies add about a quarter of this, (should be green by then). This will feed them for a little while, especially the older fry who will be free swimming hours before the last eggs laid. But remember, the most you should go without a water change is 1 week! Get them accustomed to water changes, only the strongest and healthiest you want to survive and this will prove that. The thais get their babies grown in 2.5-3 months, why because they know how to literally change 90% of the water, practically if not daily. Keep 1 gallon jugs ready to go from overnight, and make sure ur heater is working in good order. No need to worry about the water temp being exactly the same when doing the changes. The babies won't get shocked if you do it gradually through the air line tubing.
My way of changing for tiny babies is like this. Sponge filter, add extra tubing to the filter and and do a gravity suction from there. No fry will be taken away, no hassles. Then gallon by gallon, just use gravity method again with air tubing and refill. Week 1, 1 gallon take out, 1.5 gallon add back in. week 2, 2 gallon take out, 3 gallon add back in. week three top to 90% changes and watch those babies grow by the morning! If you need a video I will show you what Im talking about, no problem. Lui
P.S. Love the Amphibianite name! Awesome!