Okay short update.
Tank is doing fairly well. Two of my three red planet frags have partially bleached, or at least significantly lightened. I believe it's because I removed too much detritus and got the tank too clean; I tested the nitrate at about 2 ppm, I didn't test the phosphate. It seems as if my light was too bright, and possibly calcium and alkalinity too high (though I'm leaning more towards the lighting). I typically keep the nitrate around 4 ppm, the orthophosphate around 0.08, alkalinity at roughly 8.5-9.0 dkh, calcium around 410-420, and magnesium tends to sit around 1400. My levels when the bleaching/lightening occurred were very likely closer to 2 ppm nitrate, 0.04 ppm phosphate, alkalinity/calcium/magnesium roughly 8 dkh/410ppm/1400ppm. I believe the light is to blame as I have little reason to believe that the levels fell outside a somewhat acceptable range, I believe the bleaching was simply caused by excessive light given the cleaner than typical conditions.
Aside from the two of three red planet frags (third red planet frag is chugging along just fine, and is about 2.5 inches deeper under water, and about the same distance sideways from the center of the light fixture. This adds weight to the excessive light theory.) the only coral affected visibly is the green birdsnest which has also lightened significantly in certain areas. All three affected corals still have colour, and are starting to recover; polyps are out and stuff, and the colour is coming back ever so slowly.
The montis, stylos, birdsnests, the single Lepto, and two random acros I don't know the name of were more or less unaffected by all this.
I'll post photos later today, or possibly sooner if you guys bug me for them.