That picture is exactly what every FoxFace looks like every morning. Perfectly normal.
Everything seems to be moving fine. I would wait for Nitrite to register zero, and at that point take a sample of water to the LFS (local fish store) to have tested for Ammonia. Ammonia will be zero also, i'm sure.
In your tank Nitrate will work a bit differently. It will continue to rise slowly due to the filtration system. Give it time, and a few months after your addition of more live rock and removal of the biowheels the nitrate should begin to drop.
Your Calcium and Alkalinity look good. I would test both 2 times per week and keep a log of the results. Over time you will be able to predict how much you need to dose between tests to keep them from dropping. Realize, as you add more fish both will deplete faster. Also, as you begin to get coraline algae growth the calcium will deplete faster.
Your goal is nice growth of coraline algae. When coraline is present it is very difficult for other bad algaes to grow, such as hair algae, bubble algae, and even cynobacteria. All of these harm your system in different ways.