You might also want to look for Red Brocade. It is perhaps the most delicate that I have ever seen. Mine is only a 2nd year graft right now, bought off eBay this spring. I have yet to get it through a winter. But I'm looking forward to seeing how it does. I have half a dozen different red dissectums. Red Dragon, Red Brocade, and Crimson Queen are the ones I can think of off hand. My Crimson Queen is easily 6-8 ft across, but only about 3 1/2 ft tall. Red Dragon and Crimson Queen are fairly close in appearance, so if you like one, the other one might make a good addition. For dissectums, though, by far my favorite is Toyama Nishiki. The leaves are lacy and deeply divided, with red, cream, pink, and green all over them to varying degrees. I've got two of them now - one a standard on a 2 ft trunk, and the other a graft at about 1 ft from the ground. They both are beautiful, and the only thing I really do is keep it in dappled shade, with morning sun, so the leaves don't burn. Try also Emerald Lace, Baby Lace, Chantilly Lace, Snowflake Lace, Berrima Bridge, and Lemon-Lime Lace. They each have their own unique characteristics. They are each spectacular in their own right. Again, the lacy leaves makes them vulnerable to burn, so avoid full sun after about 10:30 AM. They are great all lined up in a row. They are also all dwarf, so you can keep several even in a small yard - or even on a balcony.