Hi, gang: I'm unexpectedly moving to a new place and I've got to figure out how to get my 60-gallon tank there with me. The extra catch is that it's 1.5 hour drive away. I've invested a lot and I'm attached to my fish, so I don't want to leave it. Does anyone have any experience with this that they could share? Some details on the tank (I've got a pic below from when it was first set up): - Mixed rock/sand bed (one concern is how not to make an uber mess of this) - Heavily planted (it's really grown in since the pic that's to high-output light and fertz) - 8 glowlight tetras - 10 blue tetras - 8 black phantom tetras - 1 angel - 1 (4 inch) pleco - 2 cories - 5-10 shrimp - 1 SAE When I moved here (only a 10 minute drive away) I bagged the fish using extra-large ziplock and then stood them up in a box. This was also a new tank, so it was already set up and waiting for them. Now this is my only tank and I'm concerned about the long distance, and the fact that I will have to get the tank set up for them before I can put them in. So we're looking at 2 hours in the bag, if not more. What can/should I do? And how can I avoid messing up my landscape... or should I just accept that and sift out the sand from the gravel and re-do it when i get there. Thanks in advance... -zt.