Appreciate the input guys! Lady Bugs I could possibly live with but wasps on the other hand aren't really an option. All of my systems are in a spare bedroom in the house, spare in the fact I don't sleep in there but I do use the closet to hang my work clothes in. Dunking the plants would be a great solution put flipping them upside down when they are sitting in 2 gallons of hydroton would be a trick. Those rocks hurt when you step on one!
There is a HPS bulb in there Halfway, a 600watt unit. The tent is a DR80 applestar and yes its sealed up most of the time except when I'm in there tinkering around. Main reason I keep it zipped up is for ventilation purposes. Other reason is a 600watt bulb is bright and unless I cover the windows with mylar or something you can see this light a couple blocks away LOL. Most stores recommend a 250watt bulb for this tent but in my opinion that would be a waste of time. Running a 600 gives me about 87 watts per square foot which is ideal of light loving plants.
Obviously I've got to do some more research on this bug thing, first place I'll start is right here at HG.
All is not lost for the peppers, like I said I figured I might aswell try to take some cuttings and see if I can clone them.
Here's a stem, still young as older hardened stems never did well for me. Notice it's got atleast one node sticking below the rockwool. Nodes are the first place new roots form and I also lightly scrapped down the stem with the back side of a razor blade. I don't use gels or powders like alot of folks do, they just wash off when I put them in the system. Probably helps when doing this in dirt. Done it both ways with hydro and it didn't seem to make a difference for me. Important thing to do is to make a fresh cut at the base of the stem just as its going into the flooded tray.
Humidity is probably more important for clones than it is for seedlings. I stuck these in with some lavendar that's just sprouting up. No direct light above these for a few days.
It's all for fun, maybe these will have a better life than their mothers who are sitting outside in the freezing snow!