I am actually trying Scorpion Trinidads myself. Oh, hello. I am new :p
I'm from Ontario Canada and have been growing hot peppers for the past few years. I have to admit thought I am having trouble this year compared to the last couple of years with my seedlings. I've been battling seedling collapse. (More than likely from the jiffy pods I was using... NEVER AGAIN!) but those that have made it are doing well.
Here's a little tip that I am using this year. Soak your seeds in warm tea before planting. It really cuts down on the time it takes for them to germinate. I did this with many of my hot pepper seeds and found that they sprouted in a week and a half! That was really fast compared to last year. Just make certain the tea isn't too hot. Warm water works well too.
Oh, and when you plant, don't forget to put unlit matchsticks in the garden. Weird I know, but Pepper plants LOVE sulphur, the tip of the matchstick IS sulphur, great little trick to help your plant on its way.