Just got the coals going for ribs. Will be tapping a wheat beer, too.
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I don't find Notty clean at all. To me, it's tart, bready, and estery.
Did you use keg lube on the o-ring?
yes you can add sugar during fermentation. I wouldn't waste the money on clear candy syrup though. plain old table sugar is just fine. you can boil it if you want or just add it directly to the fermenter. it will disolve as the yeast work on it.
IMO, the point with secondary isn't so much that there's something wrong with it as that it often (usually) just isn't necessary.
I've read in several places that it's more effective on chill haze when the chill is actually present (ie., cold temps). I don't know, but it noticeably works better to me when the beer is cold first.
pours clear till you bump or otherwise jiggle the keg