Honestly I suggest you try cheap frags you like. If I went only by what the recommendations were based on wpg
and stuff like that I wouldn't have half the corals or 90% of the plants I have. Step up slowly. Try some white pompom xenia (aka pink xenia). It is better than the regular type.
After that you may want to try some lower light LPS
up close to the light. My favorite is probably frogspawn (a Euphyllia sp.).
Keep in mind that low light may not mean death to some corals. It may just mean that their color decreases. Our skin protects us from UV
damage with tan pigments. Corals protect themselves from damage with neon colored pigments. Without the light to need protection, their color will decrease and brown out. So keep an eye out for decreased coloration over a couple weeks after going into the tank. This will indicate that those corals should have more light than what they are getting.