I have been thinking about upgrading my betta's tank for a while now since his current home is a bit too small for him and he has started biting his fins. However, I don't have infinite funds and want to make sure that if I spend the money that everything is set up so that he can be the happiest he can be, and also I am really excited by the idea of building a community around him. Right now, my plan is to upgrade to a 10 gallon tank with a new heater and filter, and fill it with sand, decorations, ect. For the community, I was hoping to add neon tetras (5-6 so they can school), and a bottom/algae feeder. I would love to have plecostomus, and I know that bristlenose plecostomus are recommended with bettas, but I'm fairly certain that the get too large for a 10 gallon tank. I haven't heard anything about rubber-lip or clown plecostomus, both of which are smaller, could they be a good fit? If they don't work than I could either put in some ghost shrimp or snails, though I probably would do the shrimp. Any of these ideas should be close to the 1 gallon per inch of fish rule, so I'm hoping that it would be a good upgrade for my beta. Do you guys agree?