Thursday morning, I'm going to call these done after feeding three hours ago.
This was my first time at this so I'm far from being a pro but some things I did worked well.
I only did one culture, I took Matthew's advice and cut back on the first flour and water.
I kept everything clean, used filtered water, tried not to use cross utensils.
I asked for advice and thanks to Matt things worked out textbook, thanks again Matt.
I read this forum and to all those who came before me thus saving me bigtime, thank you.
Update note from Ed; Yes, it matters (larger jar) in more than one way but a 1 inch rise in your jar is probably close enough. But that bigger jar will probably help your culture get too acidic and sooner or later it will be too acidic and the dough will not rise well. Everytime you feed a culture in a 1 quart jar you have to discard part of it or the jar will overflow. This helps to reduce the acidity. With a bigger jar you just keep feeding it and each time you do it gets a little more acidic.