and they are not great, although I suspect the 3" of rain we've had today (and 5" this past week) might be skewing the results. Our pool is barely two weeks old, so that might also be skewing some of the results. Anyway, here are the results
FC: 1 (clearly low)
pH: over 8 (high)
TA: 60 (a little low)
CH: 130 (seems awfully low)
CYA: ~30 (still getting the feel for this test, but think this is a good result) - I'd expect the CYA level to be relatively low since the pool is new
So let me take a stab at what I should do to correct the above (using the Pool Calculator as my guide). Firstly, I added 182 oz of 6% bleach to raise the FC from 1 to 6. Next, I added 53 oz of 31.45% acid to lower the pH. My next step is to re-test tomorrow, particularly pH, TA and CH. After I re-test pH, then I can decide if I need to add more HCl and then I can decide how to address the TA.
The CH results don't seem right, but maybe they are for a new pool? CYA levels are perhaps a little low, but not too concerning.
Also, the water is extremely clear right now, no cloudiness to speak of. I have been adding bleach every day based on strip test results, so the FC levels have been maintained. I am running the pump from 9 am to 7 pm right now.