Oookay, long time no post! I don't even have a good excuse either. ;P
I've actually made the switch to pressurized CO2, which freed me up from having to do a lot of maintenance on the tank with yeast bottles and such - I'm so lazy I dose once a week (if that) and the fish are lucky if I remember to feed them every day. I've been good lately though!
I lost Blue the dwarf gourami a while back - he pined away from causes unknown, sometime after I added a juvie marbled angelfish. (Who is trying very hard to swim straight through the glass on the extreme left side and is thus practically invisible in the photo below.) No plant additions, but I think the poor H. pinnatifida is not long for my aquarium - insufficient K, getting crowded out by other plants. I may try switching it to a little El Natural bowl I started up last year as an experiment and see if I can't keep it alive that way.
Here's my candid shot - been about two weeks or so since the last WC/trim/algae scrub. I supplement P and a K/traces/iron mix. The bulbs in the shop light are probably due for another switch but growth has been pretty good, so I haven't bought new bulbs yet.
Aquascaping comments welcome, since I'll be doing another trim soon! I think I need to thin out the crypt in front a bit, there's a couple of good-sized plants pressed right up against the glass.