Update.. The first to morph died suddenly, I think he didn't have enough rocks to climb out of the water on and possibly drowned. I know froglets of most kinds of frogs tend to drown during this time so I wasn't completely shocked, but was still sad. I added more rocks so there is now plenty of places to perch. I have about 20 now with all legs and resorbing tails sitting out of the water on the rocks. The first cleaning I did I removed all the tads/froglets and rocks to add gravel. I lifted a rock up and 3 tads floated up dead, very sad. It seems these guys like to wedge themselves into nooks and crannies, but tend to pile up and wedge in, in large numbers, so if anyone has this type of set up with tads, make sure they have a way in and out not just one entrance/exit, Unfortunately this is trial and error so hopefully my errors will help others.
The almost fully morphed froglets are still not eating, but still have small nubs where their tails where, so again I am not surprised. The weather here is still too cold to release them and there are still to few bugs out for them to eat, so for the next few weeks, or more depending on the temp, they will still be inside.
If anyone wants any or know of anyone who would like some please lets me know. I've rescued these guys from certain death and am aware many will not survive once I let them go, so I am hoping some will get homes.