on the T8 ZooMeds Plantgrowth 17 watts, you are fine...on the T5 Hagen Life-Glo 6700K, may be a bit much. 6700°K high-noon full spectrum bulbs provide intense illumination, emits a natural white light that penetrates deep into aquariums. The deep aspect of this bulb is really only for a tall tank, say over 24 inches deep. The problem is, it can and probably will produce algae as time goes by.
T8 ZooMeds should only run about 8-10 hours; the T5 Hagen should run about 4 hours if that (unless others have better information than what I am telling you, I wouldn't run these at all)
as for the moonlighting effect, no problem with this lighting
bio-chem stars and ceramic cylinders are fine, it will provide plenty area for good bacteria to accumulate in the thousands all over the bio media. Trick is, anytime you rinse out the canister, never rinse any of the bio-media.
so outside of the T5 Hagen lighting, it all looks good.