I just bottled a pale ale that used 1272. It was only a 1.054 OG beer so it sat in primary only for 3 weeks, no secondary. I also noted how cloudy it was even after 3 weeks at bottling day. My 1056 batches have dropped out by then on similar beers. I tried an early sample bottle at 10 days in the bottle and it appeared much clearer and was carbed already, but still a little green. I will try the next one at 2 weeks in the bottle to see where it is. It is funny because the 1272 is supposed to be more flocculant than 1056, but so far I do not get those results. I have a 1.080 IIPA in primary now using 1272 also, so I will see how it does with 4 weeks in primary and a rack to 2 week secondary on a bigger beer. Just as a note, both of these beers were pitched with starters on the large side according to Mr. Malty, and aerated by shaking for 2 min. (I know this is up for debate on other threads).