After all the trouble I had imagined I had with this first mead (see thread "No Fermentation, should I worry") and researching all the fixes I imagined I would have to implement, I feel like a veteran already. But; still a newbee.
In the kit that I purchased when I decided to do this, I got a bucket with a lid for primary and a clear carboy for first rack. The first rack is done now and the clear carboy shows me the fascinating spectical of what happens next. I added 3 campden tablets to the 3 gallon mix upon racking, and I understand that's supposed to clear both yeast and bacteria. I'm starting to see a light buildup of the fallen yeast at the bottom of the carboy. I feel like playing taps...
Since my SG was so close to 1 when I racked, there's really no need to worry about repitching or anything. The question I do have is just a matter of your opinion; but if you will add your opinions I would like them. Since this must sat for an additional 14 days (literally a month) in the primary, should I shorten the time I let it sit in the carboy?
Again, THANX to all who helped me in the other thread. I'm just glad this place is here.