First off; Thank you for your replies and I'm sorry I was not able to reply sooner
A bit of an emergency happened and I've been quite busy for 2 months. Although I've been quite preoccupied my Cichlids have not been forgotten!
During the beginning of my 2 chaotic months I've managed to successfully hard-scape 2 of the aforementioned tanks into suitable environments. I made some changes to my plans; I decided to hold off on breeding, split up my females and arranged my tanks so fry production was down to a minimum. Each tank consists of 5 main perm. caves, 3 of which are facing down the tank at around 120 degrees, evenly spaced, starting from the far right of the tank progressing towards the left and another towards the left end of the tank that faces the other 3. This allows 3 males to have territory without really seeing one another whilst in their respective caves and one that tends to see the rest resulting in sparring, keeping heat off of the other subs. The last main perm. cave is at the far left end of the tank but unlike the other caves its entrance is better described as a sunroof entrance as to not attract attention from the other more dominant males who won battle rights over the larger exclusive caves. I've found that the subs use this cave to hide and since the tanks first day of operation (1 1/2 months ago) they have excavated another entrance/exit facing towards the back of the tank. I've found they did this to have a grazing area on top of a large flat stone used as a roof for an adjacent cave. 80% of the time they go un-noticed up there and are able to retreat without injury. I should also mention there are many swim throughs in my tank, a lot of them you cannot see from the front or at all. Since I've had it running I've had no problems with fin injury or unhealthy sparring. I feel not only my hard-scaping contributed to this but my lighting system as well. I have an LED flood light far above each tank. They start the day off at a nice vibrant violet and as the day progresses into night they turn more blue. When night is full they progress to a deeper blue and slowly dim in brightness; as morning comes they turn more violet and increases in brightness as noon arrives. I have no aquatic plants in either tank, only one large bamboo looking plant thats partially submerged, lots of new roots and leafs grow way faster than bamboo. With this system I've been able to witness healthy cave dwelling, no constant stress dresses and minimal to no fin damage (usually fin damage occurs when I have to clean or do maintenance to a powerhead, my guess to stress). Testing has shown the "bamboo like plant" draws enough nutrients that the addition of water is only needed to keep up with evaporation or to decrease salinity after treating a disease. So far the tanks water has tested negative for large amounts of waste and has actually steadily decreased since the more porous rocks have seemed to become established.
My dominant male in each tank is beautiful and even the subs have great coloration in comparison. At night when the light is dim and deep blue their behavior is almost exclusively dancing with the roaming female or females that comes by. During the day the males clean out their caves, chase roaming males out of their territory, dance with females and eat when fed. So far about once every 3 weeks they all test their place on the tanks social ladder; the ensuing sparring looks like 3 couples ballroom dancing along the bottom of the tank while lip locking randomly. I've noticed this happens randomly all night during the dim deep blue light cycle. Little to no injuries are noticed the next day, although a male may have a new more desirable residence. Once in a blue moon I catch random fry that have survived the larger males. I plop them into a 20 long tank I designed for fry. Lots of Java fern, moss and rocks of all sizes. So far I have 2 adorable fry
I will take the advice given and sell my less desirable males while new fry emerge and grow.
I will be breeding Kyogas on a larger scale when I have a few more of those acrylics free but until then I'm suppling a local store with some Snakeskin guppies I've been selectively breeding in the other two acrylics.
Again, thanks for the advice and any more would be awesome
I know I sound pretty proud but I'm open to criticism or further advice, its whats gotten me this far and its always interesting to learn what has worked for others