Well went to a new LFS
(minutes from my house for a year and didn't know anything about it until I went to my reef club) and found a Mcloskers flasher wrasse. Very pretty fish, but I decided that instead of taking on a new fish at this time, I was going to battle my hair algea and my little nitrate problem.
I've been turning the lights off at around the 4 hour mark for the past week and it seems to help alot. I feed every other day so i'm sure thats helping. But I did manage to get my nitrates to 0ppm (they are usually around 10-15ppm). I do a 6 gallon water change each week and vaccum my CC substate. I'm sure my skimmer and my xenias are also helping get my 'trates to 0ppm.
As long as I can keep this up (the battle with HA and 'trates) i'm going to look into a wrasse, either the 6line or the Mcoskers.