Okay more info. Reading a few other threads here, I think the water may be a bit of green (suspended algae) not just 'cloudy'.
I have turned the lights to only 4 hours, and turned off one of the banks of lights. So I am running 2 54 watt T5's for 4 hours, starting today. I have not yet done any PCWs.
PH last night was 6.2, PH this morning is 5.6 (there is not C02 being inected at this point, it is not turning on...
No fish deaths (amazing). Now I have hit it with some prime a couple times, not sure what that might have been doing (thought it woudl help control the ammonia). But now I am thinking it might just extend the cycle, so I have stopped doing that.
Couple options and questions.
1. I have an unused UV light 10 watt inline, that I could hook up to the filter output. I guess that might kill the suspended algae, but of course would not take care of the problem.
2. Just do a big water change, probably would be Friday night, maybe this evening, but likely Friday evening.
3. Do both of the above.
What say yee!!!