Now that I've had some time I figured i would post some photos about the ramifications of not QT'ing your fish prior to adding them to the DT like i did and won't do again.
Tank Prior to ICH
During the capture
in QT Tank
DT after the Hunt
The Setup QT
The Scape re-done after the QT setup and capture
FYI, all of the fish are doing excellent and aren't showing any signs of ich and still in hyposalinity treatment with 50% PWC
's every other day at a specific gravity of 1.007-009 and all of the inverts in the DT are doing well and survived the major disruption. To be honest I was worried they would be adversely affected but my worries were unfounded and seem to be more active in hypo. They have been in for two weeks now and plan on another 3 to 5 weeks before they get introduced into the DT. IMO
all fish should go through QT/treatment prior to adding them to the DT to avoid what I went through, (Lost 1 caribbean tang and took 3 days to get everything sorted out) however bad it seems It could have been a lot worse and wouldn't of happened if I put the fish through QT first. For those of you who say I don't need to do that, good luck to you. Remember the fish you are looking to buy may not show any external signs if ich but may have it on their gills or just be a carrier and not affected by ich so be careful.
Thanks to all the members who helped me out with the way to go and how to do it, it's been a stressful but huge learning experience that should and could be avoided. I do like the scape better this way then before.