Am having a bit of a problem understanding exactly what you are saying when you said, " ... so looking at it is is reading 60.x watts 0000 watts coming in and resting. Batteries reading 13.2v Should I now not be in float rather than resting ? ..."
One thought, is, when the Classic finishes Absorb, it will enter the Float stage, and that will be displayed for about 90 seconds, but, depending on the amount of load on the system, the battery voltage will remain above the temperature-compensated Float setpoint (Vflt). After those about 90 seconds, if the battery voltage remains above the compensated Vflt, the Classic will "Rest", until the battery voltage descends to the comped Vflt, and again show Float, but with some power being delivered to the batteries and loads.
Do you believe that you might have been looking at the Classic when it was in this stage? The time period for power being produced in Float after exiting Absorb is often minutes, depending on the size of the battery bank, the kind of batteries (Lithium batteries often require a long time to begin producing power, after exiting Absorb), and the loads on the system ...
FWIW, guessing, Vic