Well, my Egyptian Mouthbrooder finally let her fry go. I helped her disgorge the last batch and then put her in a net breeder so the males wouldn't pester her.
The other female is about 5 days behind the original female in holding. I'm hoping she'll start letting fry go this coming weekend.
I have two spawns of Ancistrus (bristlenose plecos) about six weeks apart, so there's another few tanks filled up.
And one of my Astatatilapia latifasciata (Victorian cichlid) hasn't eaten for a week, so when the others started chasing her, I pulled her out and managed to get about a dozen eggs out of her mouth. They're in a hatching container and I expect them to be ready for a tank in about a week.
Looks like I'm going to be moving some fish and getting some more heaters very soon.