96w power compact over a 10g tank seems like waaay too much light. And yet, if there's no algae, something's working right. A lot of light equals massive plant growth as long as there's plenty of CO2 and nutrients. And knowing that it's generally a horrible idea to compare bps between tanks, 2 bps seems like an extraordinary amount of CO2 for a 10g. Perhaps the fish involved are okay with very high CO2 levels? If so, then a whole lot of light, paired with a whole lot of CO2, and respectable nutrient levels, should equal wonderful plants with little or no algae.
Also, rembember that in the <15g range or so, the "wpg rule", which is vague and outdated at best, is completely nonexistent. Regardless, those pics look very nice, and if you believe that you can handle 96w PC over a 10g tank, then good for you! Go for it and make a beautiful tank!