It's hard to pick at this point. I like the looks of #2 with the fat leaves, and the size it's putting on. But #1 has been solid as a rock since the seed sprouted and is staying a bit shorter overall, which will be nice for my small tent. So as long as I can finally see some definitive signs of sex in time, I'll probably only transplant #1. When the time comes, it'll be difficult to have to chop either of these plants, but I'd rather grow one good plant than two mediocre plants. On a side note, while I'm here. I watered again tonight, and while I had my head in the tent I noticed some yellow leaf tips on #2. There's nothing major going on but seeing how green and leafy that plant is, it's looking like it needs a bit of nitrogen. I don't want to give too much, so I ordered up some Fox Farms big bloom to give a nice even feeding across the nutrient range. The nutes will be here Tuesday, and next time I water, they will both be getting their first watering with anything beyond plain purified or distilled water.