how are mine? good question
I stuck up an image of #1 in the gallery about a week ago, I suppose that one is doing just fine.
the other 3?, I dunno, its hard to say, to some extent at least #4 still has me worried, believe it or not, its still wearing its little helmet
#2 and #3 also had difficulty in freeing themselves of that increadibly persistant seed case, with #2 the seed case is still on the cotyledons and has strangled them, fortunately a small branch has appeared out of the stem and has begun shooting forth small leaves, with #3 again the seed case strangled the cotyledons and then shriveled up and fell off the plant, however the plant survived and is now putting forth two small branches with leaves either side of where the seed case was.
I'm not sure what all this means, I think that the seed case in this beast is increadibly tough and persistant and Q.E.D. GA-3 has been the only thing to have been able to crack it so far, however I think that next season I may do as Rimbaud suggested and use larger concentrations of GA-3 to see if it helps breakdown the seed case better.