I sent Dogs a PM thinking that he might like some seeds, but that was just this morning.
I moved in five plants that I dug up and put into 5 gallon buckets. I have had some trouble adjusting the water level. I have them under the grow light I use for seedlings and I may be running it more than they are used to.
However, near as I can tell the other four plants are producing the normal long sweet peppers, although the baseline one I brought in to work to compare to the hot one seems a little hotter than usual.
What all the people here are saying is that this pepper is the hottest they have ever seen.
Seeds of Change sells a "Ring of Fire Chile Pepper" that seems to look like the hot one, so I am leaning towards some contamination of my seep package with a few of the hot seeds.