That's gotta be frustrating...well yes then I would definitely get some treatment ASAP.
Perhaps drop the temperature to 24C or so to slow the life cycle...although it won't really do much if you get the treatment in the morning (in which case, raise the temperature, but not more than 1 or 2 degrees per day).
I would tend to lead towards tetras rather than live bearers (more personal preference than anything I guess).
Depends what sort of tank you want really...were you planning on planting it? A nicely planted tank with some rummy-nose would look good, or some harlequin rasboras are usually pretty hard to beat in terms of schooling, and overall effect. Black neons could be worth a look at too. You could chuck in a dwarf cichlid (or two) if you wanted as well. Blue rams or some small apistogramma's would look nice. If you wanted something else for the bottom, kuhli loaches are very interesting I find. However you might not see them much, and of course the problems they will cause whenever you need to add chemicals to the water (mostly meds). Corys could be good also.
If you wanted something a little less common, you could try something like rosy neon tetras and/or hikari danios. At work we had some hikari danios, rummy-nose and giant scissortails all schooling together - looked awesome (mind you, the tank was a lot bigger than 75 litres)
So yeah personally I would work around having a small shoal of fish like rummy-nose or harlequins, and then adding a couple to your liking, such as the dwarf cichlid, clean-up crew, etc.
Oh OK, so are you keeping the neons and ram in there?
I guess aqua scaping will depend on the fish, but if you do keep the neons and the ram I suppose you will want it somewhat planted. I think a centre-piece driftwood would look nice. Has the tank got lighting already, or are/aren't you planning on getting lighting for it?
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