Hey, I already offered a similar deal to another member.... I tried to get an ocean front condo in Maine, but he didn't bite.
Fly me in, put me up at a Disney Resort with a 5 day park hopper pass, stock the room fridge with select beverages, and hey, I'd be happy to swing by a day or 2 and give the tank a glance.
By the way, I visited this tank today that is the subject of this thread. I'm pretty sure Brad gave me a few weird looks every now and then and probably thought "what kind of dork actually knows this stuff".
Anyhow, after seeing the tank in person I don't think this is ich (Cryptocaryon). I think it is amyloodinium, which is marine velvet. The spots are much more powder like and hazy, rather than distint white salt grains, if that helps anyone to visualize the disease.
This explains why it has been so stubborn, and why the Clownfish died the deaths they did without us really seeing anything visible in the pictures. It also fits the symptoms of labored breathing.
In any case, I suggested that Brad increase the temperature to 82F and lower the salinity to 1.015, and continue the garlic feedings. He already has a UV Sterilizer running. At this point I think we just wait it out and see how things improve.