Watching it like a hawk, checked it today even. I also have a massive HOB (Fluval 70, a filter meant for 55+ gallons in a 10 gallon QT) on my side and siphon + bucket at the ready at all times and plan to change water twice a week just to be extra EXTRA sure. I'm prepared.Sounds like they're all doing well ...but don't forget to check ammonia etc.
I agree, and corys move around at night to and so they have better chance of getting some food. Fasting fish is great choice to make them eat something they dont know or dont like, even my fussy fulicas when fasted they will eat anything.You might try shrimp pellets after the tank lights go out. The corys can sniff them out after they soften up but the neons are visual feeders. The corys may not be used to the wafers you've offered, it can take some tries with new foods.