Ok, it's been three weeks since I racked. In secondary, a very clean, almost white layer of yeast fell out and formed a new yeast "cake", but still the beer remained cloudy, very cloudy (OG 1.052, racked @ 1.030 , current SG 1.010), still not done. So, I racked it again and since the yeast in the secondary was so clean and very highly floculated, I decided to wash it out with some sterile water and through it in the fridge to see if it falls out and to examine it some more.
Here is a pic of the same three beers in the original pic in the same orientation from left to right as in the original pic above. The left shows the WLP039 Midlands East after no rinsing, straight from the primary very clear. On the right is the WLP300 hefe straight from primary and even it, is almost clear. Now in the middle is the WLP001 Cali-Ale after a 40 day primary, 20 day secondary and after being rinsed once with clear water and as you can see it's very light colored white almost looks like milk and still won't fall out even after 2 days in the fridge.
This has got me wanting to go out and buy a microscope just so I can see whats going on here.
Starting to think it's an infection of some sort. The beers tastes OK but very different from the other half of the batch fermented with WLP090 Midlands East, which already tastes like it may end up being my go-to yeast for pale ales, ESB and even IPAs. I really like it so far. The real test will be in a couple weeks when we're drinking it.