Are Mississippi Map turtles good pets?

I already have a Paint turtle, and I love him. I thought he needed a friend, so I bought a baby Razor Back Musk. Then I found out they can smell bad and have very long necks, and could easily take a finger off. Is a Mississippi Map turltle a good choice, as far as making friends with other turtles and people? I want 2 different kinds of turtles as pets. I will really enjoy them. I don't want to give the Razor back up, but either do I want to lose a finger or two. Please help. I have a choice of a Red Ear Slider, Yellow Belly Cooter, Golf Coast Soft Shell, Fla.Soft Shell, Razor Back Musk, or a Southern Paint. Which would be my best bet? It will have to have the same enviroment as my Paint turtle. Thanks for your input.
Answers:
1. Razorback musks are NOT going to take a finger off. This is a good community tank turtle that is unlikely to bite. (http://www.austinsturtlepage.com/care/cs.

2. DO NOT do a community tank unless it is way big, and you can meet all care needs easily. FYI- turtles don't really need tank mates- they are only semi-social in the wild.

3. As for the others:
- Red ear and Yellow-belly- OK community pond pets
- Softshells- THESE guys bite and bite hard! Not good in communal tanks, and need a rather specialized habitat. (http://www.austinsturtlepage.com/care/ca.
- Southern painted- good choice but use a BIG cage

Bottom line- avoid the softshells, rest are OK.
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the Miss Map is a beautiful turtle, it would be a good choice

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