Alright guys, this has gotten just a little off the beaten path: really, this isn't what these threads are about, so I'll just say something briefly.
I've known Dollface a long time (a little rough around the edges isn't she?), and beneath that mean exterior is a genuine person who only wants to see you successfully grow out your layout. Like it or not, she probably has more experience with that plant than anyone else in the States (I totally defer to her when it comes to that plant). You don't have to like her to take advantage of her mistakes and hassles and hard lessons learned (if anything, you could grow it out so well that you could make fun of her for once having a problem growing it!).
You guys are still young and you want to maximize your money spent for the best possible results, right? Leverage her lessons to your benefit. Mistakes are costly, and you want to make as few of them as possible so you can have what you really want: a badass planted aquarium.
It's rather unfortunate that the folks that sold you the light said it could grow what it does. After looking at the specs, it is about half powered from what it actually is, since the 12,000k blue for plants is all but useless. If you can grow out those plants, all the more power to ya, the odds are fairly much stacked against it from the looks of it though.
But then again, I've yet to have much success with LED's and plants as-of-yet.
If you can, I'd sport for any 27w fixture that can carry the 8,000k CF bulb: it's perfect for the Mini S/M. Either way, you have a 50/50 shot of getting to say "I told you so," or going with a 100% chance of success.
As for the filter, you'll eventually want a 2211 for the biological filtration capacity, but you can always upgrade later: that's not critical today.
I'm not going to hunt you down if you use the ADA booklet as a background. Though I will say that those items tend to turn into collectors items!