I use a combo of the green and white cement (that you squish together until it's white) and superglue gel. One or the other does not work very well but the two together are fast and fabulous.
I left my duncans on their plugs but you can sort of bend them or twist them off from the base and attach them to any piece of live rock. I don't do that because I like to be able to move them around until I know where they thrive the most.
Everything BUT the gorgs are thriving. Even the original Duncan finally came back out again. He's MUCH smaller but coming back nicely. Even the scroll coral came back! I lost all but three heads of my Yellow Colony but they are coming back nicely, too. The Starry Blenny is still munching everything in sight but he seems to be satisfied with Mysis, Brine, and nice pieces of Prawn. He's not a coral eater like the picture above. He's just a Starry with a wooden leg that has been fed a lot of different stuff in the past. He's getting huge; he almost looks like an eel! I'll load pics soon so you can see.
I cannot believe how much EASIER this has become now that I am doing weekly 20% water changes. I am no longer dosing ANYTHING, not even calcium or magnesium. Tests are always within normal parameters and everything is going nuts. It's finally back to being fun again. Thank you all for all your help. This has been a tremendous learning experience.