Right on man I can't wait for that screen to fill out all the way it should provide a great harvest for you!
Just a couple tips for coco buddy. Aside from small plants in big containers coco doesn't really like to dry out. If it looks dry on top then EC spikes up hard in the medium which can lead to salt build up(less water same amount of salt) and PH can change as well. It's good to let them "dry out" just a little bit but they should always look moist on the top. It's a little different from the normal we/dry cycles you want to give soil plants.
The beauty of coco is it holds lots of air so you don't really have to worry about "over watering" given the appropriate container size. Over watering is actually a lack of oxygen to the roots. That's why DWC works so well. DWC plants sit in pure water but have more than enough oxygen to never suffocate. The more often you water coco the more often you bring oxygen to the roots. You can get soil yields out of coco or hydro yields out of coco all depending on how you choose to water it.
Another tip to lay on top of the one above is coco likes to be fed nutrients consistently. Coco likes "Feed,feed,feed." It doesn't like the old soil "feed, water,water" schedule. IF there is salt build up at some point flushing with a light nutrient solution is always preferred to flushing with pure water.This maintains the cations and ph in the coco. Never give coco pure water until the end when most nutrients are used up in the medium and ph doesn't matter anymore.
This little deadhead OG hasn't seen a dry day in her life!