Now you needed an open top and an ADA tank and pendant.
Looks like being lazy is now in vogue
Look at Dutch foregrounds from year's past, they are bare.
But a nice foreground is hard for many folks, this prevents the scape from too much growth and the rock/wood kepts a sense of design still and fish only folks like the open space for fish.
You could have used more plants, especially in the background.
And some more Anubias on the rock area. But that's the way things go
I have a very cheap ADA like product made here in the USA also Luis, looks like the Soil and has the same color and size.
But it's much cheaper than Onyx and Floruite and much cheaper than ADA obviously.
It cost about the same as MPV turface............(15$ for 50lbs).
I'm running a test right now on it with two tanks, onhe with ADA, the other with Tom's SSS(Secret substrate sauce-haha).
I've paided too much for substrates for too long.
Ferts are cheap now, cables are out the window, RO, forget it, test kits, forget them too, not much left
A nice tank, and I do think ADA's prices on their tanks are well worth the $$ for rimless tanks, AF sells them for 480$, an ugly looking rimmed tank with an ugly center brace will run 200-300$.
Tanks are the hardest DIY projects, so I'll leave that to local folks.