Well, that's two down, with a perfect Durant (again, except for special attack) newly hatched. However, unlike what you may be led to believe, the hardest part was not the breeding, but rather finding a Truant Durant to start with. It took me nearly two hours to find one, despite using a Sweet Scent Victreebel to trigger horde encounters on command. Seriously, I'm almost amazed I didn't find a single shiny, whether it's a Geodude, a Durant or even the one Heatmor I ran into. It felt THAT long. Anyway, after two hours of searching I FINALLY found one, and it was female, meaning I didn't have to breed it with a Ditto just to get a female with Truant without looking on route 18 for another two hours. Point is, if you can ever get DW abilities from both horde battles and the Friend Safari, ALWAYS go for the latter. Too bad this wasn't an option for Durant.
Anyway, this Durant didn't have any lucky 31s, though I didn't really expect it to. I paired it up with my quad-31 male Heracross from yesterday (which was Jolly with an Everstone, naturally), and the first egg I got was a female with 31s in defense, special defense and speed - thankfully it retained Truant, which it has a 60% chance of doing. So I put that one in the daycare along with that Ditto from yesterday that had perfect HP and attack, and after six eggs or so I got yet another female with Truant and 31s in HP, attack and defense. In order to maximize my chances, I then bred that one with the Heracross from before, and on my first egg I obtained a perfect male Durant.
So if you're keeping count, I now have two perfect Pokémon, and needed to hatch less than 20 eggs to do so. Next step might be the hardest, most notably due to the 7:1 gender ratio for Torchic. Basically, I need a female Jolly Torchic with Baton Pass to get started on the IV breeding process. Easier said than done - I'll review the whole process to make sure I do everything in the proper order. The nice part is that I don't need either attack or special attack, so when I get to the IV breeding part things will be a bit easier - except that, as I said before, it's tricky to get a good mother. And yes, it does feel horribly wrong to be making a Blaziken with no attacks... but it goes to show just how bloody good the thing is.