I feel like a jerk posting something critical, but IMO the number and variety of fish kinda detracts from this awesome tank.
What all do you have in there?
I count 4 Angels and 3-4 Discus. IMO that is too many large fish for a heavily planted tank of this size. I think the overall appearance would be better if you went with one or the other, angels or discus. And maybe capped it at 5-6, instead of the current 7-8.
Other than that you have modest groupings of orange platys, SAEs, and albino cories. All look healthy and great. No problems there. Tho you could easily add a couple more to each of these groupings, if you wanted to keep stocking levels high.
But then you seem to have 1 or 2 of a whole bunch of different fish. Is that a kissing guorami? A dwarf guorami? That yellow fish really stands out. And at least a couple more I cannot identify.
IMO, the overall effect makes the tank look a little too busy. Your eye doesn't know what to focus on. (And remember, this is coming from a guy who likes heavily stocked tanks!) For me, the fish distract me from your obviously healthy plants.
Your eclectic grouping of fish might not stand out so much if so many of them were not such bold colors. Instead of orange, yellow, and albinos, silver or brownish fish would provide interest, while not competing with your showy discus/angels for attention. Maybe a couple of schools of 2 of the larger species of tetras, so the big guys wouldn't eat them so readily. Say, maybe, red-eye or black tetras. And except for "specimen" fish, I generally think single reperesentatives of a species look somewhat "lonely."
So, in sum, I would recommend going with either discus or angels, trading in most of your singletons, and schooling up a couple of less boldly colored species.