As you can see from the, there's some light leaking out. I intend to fix this next pay day. I paid $10 for an old bookshelf from a thrift store, ripped out the shelves, recycled the wood, and added a few more pieces. Right now I'm running 7 CFLs, totaling around 173 actual watts. I'm in the process of building a pvc CFL fixture, which I expect to be done around Friday, bringing the total watts up to around 200. The plants had a rough start, as this is my first grow and I've looked at it as more of a learning experience (bagseed). For about a week there was no growth beyond sprouting, and the initial leaves started looking really bad. I added more light, lowered what was there, and purchased a higher quality soil. Now they're growing at an astonishing rate. Since I originally intended to SCROG, I had planned on trashing these three once I got my class time in... but they've made such a resurgence, I can't help but want to keep them. Suppose I get rid of one of them and start the scrog process. If one of the two remaining ends up being male, would it be too much of a hastle untangle it from the screen/other plant? Or should I just scratch all three, order high dollar fem genetics, and eat the time loss? Thanks for reading folks! All advice and criticism is welcome.