I know this is pretty general but I am trying to figure out how to find the sweet spot between running a system too clean and not clean enough. I have 70 gallons of water volume with plenty of rock and running a Reef octo 150 skimmer 24/7, Carbon reactor 24/7 and my L2 scrubber which runs 24/7 with light reverse cycle 9 hours, flow is pretty much all the way up, and intensity is at 5 oclock on the dial. Its only been back on line for about 3 weeks and when I cleaned it the other day I had some nice even dark green algae growth firmly attached to the screen. So the question is what is the goal end state for light intensity and duration? I am pretty sure I could bump intensity and duration as is but do I need to? I currently am not getting any Po4 or No3 readings. I have the following livestock One spot foxface Yellow tang Coral beauty Corris wrasse 2 clowns 2x hand sized brittle stars sea cucumber 100's of micro brittle stars Enough encrusting SPS to consume 1 dkh of alk daily I feed the equivalent of 1 cube a day of home made fish food, several pinches of pellets, and the occasional 1/4 nori sheet. I also dose zooplankton every 4 days with my skimmer off at night.