Awesome. I hate that these guys aren't where they are meant to be, but I really love the species. I have used them for aquaponic purposes, and they are nearly perfect for backyard aquaculture. The downside is their cold hardiness(upside when it comes to invasive potential) So easy to breed. No skill required. I had two females that we kept fry from and counted them at 3". 960ish-3 inch fish from two females in one spawning. Had I timed that all right I imagine I could have had 1400 pounds of fish, live weight in a growing season. Great fish, not great in Florida. However many claim that their primarily vegetarian diet and ability to filter feed is minimally disruptive to native fish in farm ponds. The filter feeding must have some impact on food availability to the fry of other species though.