I have not kept angelfish simply because I cannot provide what they need, or at any rate I have never been inclined to do so, so I stay with other fish species.If it was you keeping angels, Byron, what would be the solution in this case?
It seems quite a conundrum. 5-7 angels are needed, but the more angels the higher chance of a pair, which will leave you with less angels, and adding new angels to an established group is non-ideal. I can't see a solution to this.
This points out why research into the species before deciding to acquire the fish is so important, and the only way to succeed with healthy fish.