Hardly, just that one small section where you can see the azureus sitting has more land area than 90% of the tanks on this forum that house azureus. I'm kind of surprised that you would make that argument.
I vote go big, but choosing which frogs to put in there will be a very difficult decision. I think you'll find that all of them have certain qualities that you want to have and some that you dream of putting in there won't be as suitable as you'd like.
R. benedicta come to mind. They're amazing looking and do well in groups but are notoriously shy and aren't adept at raising their own young.
I have to disagree with you on this one the benedicta, fants, summersi, and retics are the kind of frogs that will benefit from dim light, overgrown tanks and lots of hiding spots I mean lots. I got that info from a man who no's his frogs. most people have these lighting fixtures that give lots of light for the plants not the frogs. His benedict are out daily as well as his fantastica, summersi, and retics.
Mitch; the big tank would be sweet!!!! i would love to see some huge broms the size of oven or something! Hope you can find something BIG!!!!I was just at a reptile store and saw the new exo's they are huge for and exo!!!!!!