Don't be discouraged, Gixx. This is particularly tough time of the year to grow anything inside.
Mine have deteriorated quite a bit now. It's the combination of super cold temps this winter has been dishing out, which causes the heater to run constantly and drag down the relative humidity (By lights out, the RH reads 45-48%, then I thoroughly mist in the morning and barely bring it up to 65% or so. Now at mid-day it's already down to 52%) Then there are the
ants that have established my indoor
garden as their winter aphid pasture.
Yep, aphids and more aphids.
I will have to make a decision soon and eradicate them so MY warm weather spring starters will not be affected. I think my peppers
are telling me they are getting tired anyway, so I will most likely let them hibernate -- back off on watering, put them in colder areas and give them a stumpy cut (main stem and a few sturdy side branches). This is a good time to do it since they can have their 4-6 week rest during the winter's coldest period, then be ready to leaf out with the longer, warmer days. My "Winter Wonderland" faces SE and right now the sun is rising in the horizon directly facing the window. Sunrise will migrate further and further east to ENE as the days get longer and they will get more sun exposure by late Feb.
I can't prune them down until the aphids are gone because they will suck the tender new pepper leaves dry