Recently my 75gal. Mixed reef has undergone some upgrades. I've added a wavemaker to gear up for some good sps flow and to try to lower nitrates (stuck at around 20) by kicking up more detritus that was hiding behind my live rock. Also, I added a BRS biopellet reactor (and turned up the skimmer to ensure proper skimming after the BP's). With these changes (and normal WC) I have seen nitrates dropping EXTREMELY fast from a rock solid 20ppm to 5ppm over the last week, and appear to be still dropping. My concern is that they will drop too low for some of my LPS and softies (already have a couple that appear fatter but not as far extended). To countermeasure this I've turned down the flow to the BP's (which may not be the cause of the nitrates dropping so fast, but I suspect will eventually lead to a ULNS). Since it appears that I would be able to feed more without an issue with the added N/P I would like to up my feeding schedule. Currently I feed NLS pellets to the fish. 1/4-1/2 cube mysis, 1/4-1/2 cube cyclop-eeze, ~7 squirts of phyto and roti feast (all mixed together and target feed) around 3 times a week. Anything that you guys strongly believe that I should add to my current list? I think that I will just up the number of days a week that I feed until I start to see a swing in nitrates. Also, with the BP's and the additional SPS focus on the tank anything that I should start dosing besides 2part calc. (which isn't needed most of the time due to WC's). Ammino acids needed at this point for best health/color?