Hello! All my previous cycles I have been fortunate enough to get or use seeded media/filters from another tank, a large amount of seeded material so I had always added fish pretty much right away. However, this time its a bit different as I am starting a discus tank, getting them shipped in instead of getting locally, and I am wanting to make 1000% sure the tank is ready before loading it up with hundreds of dollars worth of fish. So! I got everything all set up today, the filters are a seeded sponge filter (size #5) and an AC50 with a bag of mostly new BioHome Ultimate, and just a few sticks of it from a seeded filter to help get it rolling. This is a 55gal so I dosed 2.2ml of ammonia to get 1ppm (tested and it was basically perfectly 1ppm) using this calculator to figure that out btw: Anyways, I am going to check ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate tomorrow, I want to see 0's on ammonia and nitrite before I am satisfied we are ready, the question is...How long should it take? I am not sure what 1ppm dumped in all at once is simulating in terms of fish load - I assume a TON since its all at once instead of spread out... Those who have fishless cycled and kept a good eye on your numbers, what times were you seeing per ppm to drop to 0 on ammonia and nitrite? Just wondering what 'normal' looks like! Thanks!