I made a 1.25L starter Tuesday afternoon, and let it go on the stir plate until Thursday night when I got home from work, then put it in the refrigerator, to settle out for my brew day tomorrow. While it was on the stir plate, ther appeared to be a tiny amount of krausen, and some condensation formed on the inside of the flask, indicating to me, that the yeast at least did something to generate heat. Today I took a look at it, and it has dropped clear, but there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of yeast. I made 75oml starter for my last brew, and there seemed to be more yeast in bottom of the flask. It smells fine to me...like a really yeasty beer. I used 1 pack of WY1450 pitched into 1.25L starter wort made with 125g of DME. Do yo think that the starter will be fine to use, even though there doesn't look like a lot of yeast (it could be just an optical illusion since there is 500ml more liquid than in my previous starter), and I am just worrying about nothing, or should I just pick up a couple of packs of US-05 to use instead (or to have as a go to solution should the starter not work)?