I have a 55 gal and I FINALLY got the substrate in! (I had to order online) I would really love to plant live plants. The substrate is sand in the foreground and black gravel in the back.The tank will have 4 pictus, a couple snails of different variety, angels (number to be decided), and most likely another school of fish that have yet to be decided. Might throw in some african dwarf frogs somewhere down the road, but not for a while. There is going to be a marineland penguin 75 gal HOB filter (what came with the tank) on one end of the tank and a 60 gal sponge filter on the other end as I heard with the amount of fish and plants I want and the length of the tank, it would be best to have two filters. As a side note, is that true? Anyway, the pH of my tap water is 7.6. I want to go for low light plants, as I plan on using the lights that came with the tank. I dont know the type or wattage (also came with the tank) but it doesnt say. I also don't plan on doing co2 injections as I'm broke as broke can be. I have done some research on what plants I would like and what would best suit my tank, but I wanted second opinions. What plants should I plant? Also, I know this is a little off topic, but would driftwood or rock be better for the tank? TIA!