If it tastes right, then it is right ! And the cloudy is just fine. You can cold crash after primary and that will help with clarity, and you can secondary for 2 or 3 weeks and that will clarify. And you can add finings in the boil (irish moss) or after the ferment (gelatin) and that will clarify.
The common ground is that clarity is not a strong indication of a great tasting beer.
Civilization begins with Beer !
Primary: nothing in the pipeline at the moment
Secondary: some summer beers are imperative
Bottled: Nut Brown, Listermann's Cream Ale, American Pale Ale, Holiday Ale, HopNog, Honey Malt Cream Ale, Irish Stout, English Brown Ale, BIAB English Ale, India Black Ale, Bengal Juice, BIAB Cherry Wheat on the cherries, Belgian Pale Ale, Island Hefe on Mango, Island Hefe on Apricot (and dang -these are awesome beers)
Next Up: Hop farming