I had to break the whole grow down and put it in the new tent. Did some revising of the overall layout of the tent. Bought some pot stands so the bottoms of the smart pots could get more air. They have the tendency to get boggy at the bottoms despite a layer of perlite at the bottom.
I dropped the light about 10 inches and I scorched one of the fan leaves on the GG#4. I raised the light back to the max height after this occurred and the plant compensated well. To counter the slightly high temps I put an oscillating fan in the tent and used the other fans to displace hot air up towards the exhaust.
The Green Crack seems like it lagged slightly behind the GG#4. I suspect this is due to root propagation, it seems like it is ready to explode.
I'm giving consideration to topping the GG#4. Will start LST soon. It is on its 3rd to 4th node and is bushy as hell.