Finally, after quite a wait, I have my Altolamprologus calvus. I ordered them from Eddie at Bluegrasscichlids.com, and I am very pleased. I got 4 to hopefully get a pair or a trio for my 37gal office tank, but at 1" I can expect to wait 2 years for these wee things to reach spawning size. They are likely at least 9 months old now, and this is the reason many people don't want to grow out calvus, since waiting for them to grow is like "watching paint dry," as they say. I will be patient!
I also received 5 juvie Neolamprologus pulcher, a member of the Brichardi complex, commonly called "Daffodil" but very similar to what many know as the brichardi cichlid. These are in my 44gal office tank, formerly home to my Aulonocara of death (stuartgranti peacock) and L. caeruleus, which I reluctantly sold off since the peacock killed the two female peacocks that were in there with him. I had enough of him and decided to build a colony of pulchers. No pics yet of these since they are still very much in hiding. They are about 1.5" but should grow pretty rapidly.
Here is a blurry pic of the calvus - auto focus does not always choose the fish to focus on, and there is no manual setting.