Sounds like an interesting start, I wish you the best!
Regarding tank setup, I use following plastic container for all my mice: https://www.amazon.com/Sterilite-17578006-Quart-ClearView-6-Pack/dp/B017WTTTS0/ref=pd_sim_201_3?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B017WTTTS0&pd_rd_r=PY1DXJSAK7J02QPHEFDA&pd_rd_w=mJalm&pd_rd_wg=AXHIv&psc=1&refRID=PY1DXJSAK7J02QPHEFDA
Although, this one in the link is very expensive, $12.5 each. I acquired mine at Home Depot for $6 each. So you just have to look around for the best option for you.
If you are planning to breed on a large scale and consistently, I recommend plastic containers like above. They are very mobile and easy to change, cheap, fits a large wheel, and provide necessary space for your mice. If you have jumpers/climbers, you can put on the lid and drill holes on the top.
I house about 3-7 adult mice per tank.
If it is only a temporary set-up, like waiting for weaned mice to mature, I will house up to 20 sometimes. But I have to change the tank at-least once a week.
For water, I just use the metal backing holder type, with glass or plastic (glass is better long-run) water bottle.
For bedding, I use aspen. Pine is believe to cause respiratory problems.
People may disagree with this method, but I feed my mice a cheap brand of bulk dog food as their staple source. Additionally, every night I will drop meal leftovers, such as meat, cereal, veggies, peanut butter, etc. It works for me! Efficient and affordable.
If you have mice that you keep as pets or want to see constantly, you could use a glass tank but it is just a lot of unnecessary work.