Well, here we go.
I think that primary is all but finished (1.014SG), but today is the first day I've really had time to do anything beer related in a while, so here's what I've done, and what I have yet to do
1) took 2lbs of tart cherries and racked ~2.7gal over top. Grabbed a small amount of yeast/trub in case it wants to ferment anything from the cherries. Hopefully there's just enough hop character in it to keep the whole thing from tasting like cough syrup when I'm done.
2) Taking the remaining ~2.3 gal, and going to add half a gallon of steeped chocolate malt and roasted barley (What I've got laying around), that I add some hops to (Northern Brewer) making a sort of darkened hop tea... or sugarless wort?) and throwing that in to approximate an old ale. I may even oak it for the hell of it and finish off most of the random ingredients I've got around.
For the record, upon transfer, the flat beer tasted pretty sweet, a little minerally, and like it would have made an awesome tripel with the right yeast...
Ah well, at least I get to experiment. Results to come in a few weeks!