Hi guys, I added fish to my new aquarium today (not my first aquarium by any means but its been about 10 years since I had one). The water was conditioned, the temperature was good, and I added fish the way I was supposed to... ...yet they are dropping like flies. I lost one straight from the pet store but the other 6 are dying. I just flushed two of them, a third one looks like he is about to die and another one is missing in the tank (presumed dead, I can't find him anywhere). Its a small tank, only 8 gallons and it only has neon tetras, no other fish that would eat them (and a ghost shrimp is in there but he's little). I've never had this happen before with an aquarium and wondered if anyone had any suggestions/advice. There is no real plants in the aquarium, the temperature is 78 degrees, the water is flowing and they've been fed. Stress coat was also added in. Also I tried to go to the aquarium forums but my verification link has still not arrived so I figured I'd try mac rumors in hopes a fish expert was on here. I feel so bad for them I've never been a bad pet owner. I'm taking water straight tomorrow to Petco to see if anything is wrong with it. It tested good before so I can't imagine its the water but who knows.