Update, I re-cased and literally got fruits the next day. One problem though, I saw the dreaded powdery growth and ditched two of the boxes. They both had dark green mold that started from the grain spawn deep in the culture.
Thing is I had written "cope hope (mold?)" on several of the cultures, if I remember correctly, this culture has been around for well over a year, so was probably a little weak.
Good news is that I have one viable box that is almost fully colonized with "Goliath" myc (not the old Hawaiian substrain). I grabbed some myc open air and put it to agar, we shall soon see if I get good results.
Love this thread y'all.