So that last couple weeks had led to a bit of disappointment. Barbara, here-to-fore known as Bob, my most structurally stunning and vigorously-growing plant, lifted her skirt and showed her nuts. I was going to save some of the pollen to try to seed a lower branch, because of the vigorous growth, sour smell, and awesome structure, but I have no where to move him to collect pollen. I tried putting a bag over the branch to no avail... water kills pollen, and all that did was put a makeshift humidity dome over the plant. So I chopped him. No seeds for me. But that's alright I guess. I'll just move on to a new strain after harvest. Anyways, my second plant - Favre, the one I burned early on in its youth, has made a glorious comeback and it thriving very well in the closet. I count over a dozen top-bud sites or "colas". Quotations, because I fimmed the everliving **** out of her and some of those cola's are just the result of a fimmed branch that had already been fimmed once before. I'm attaching pics that will include images of how the ventilation has been readjusted to accomodate my monster bush and her little sister that I've affectionately coined the name John's Seed for; named after the guy I bought the bag from (yes, she's bag seed. I'll be on the lookout for nanners/browning pistils). The big girl, Favre, is enormous; roughly 3 feet tall, 1 week into flowering. I'm expecting an above average yield off of her... hoping for 4-5 ounces? I don't know if that is an unreasonable expectation or not. I've been taking very good care of my 2 girls, and I don't foresee any issues that would prevent me from taking the maximum yield she will give me. I'm running a 600W HPS on a dimmable ballast, but the closet is only peaking at 82 degrees, so I haven't dimmed to 75%. I am wondering if I'm seeing signs of heat stress on the new growth, though. The discoloration isnt very bad at all, but the leaves are thin, though not crispy. This could very well just be new growth altogether and I'm being paranoid. With this light, I'm packing approximately 10000 lumens per square foot into my 9sq ft growing space. She's definitely getting the light she needs to fulfill my hopes and dreams, I would say. As you can see, my ventilation still needs some work. The hood was bigger than I thought it would be, and barely fit in the width of the closet. So where the ducting connects to the hood is a big mashed in, and the airflow is being restricted a bit. I'm going to cut the tips off of the 4" side of the flanges/reducers off with my buddies electric handsaw (the blade cuts through metal like butter ;P) and duct tape everything together thataway. Should give me a little bit more room to play with to make everything fit perfectly.