We all know the amount of sunlight your Bromeliad receives dictates the color potential. When I purchased my little Neoregelia 'Rosy Morn' pup some years ago I was told to have fun with it.
After my original plant multiplied the last few years I had the fun of testing the different looks of 'Rosy Morn'.
Here is a example of 3 now in the mature stages of life grown in 3 different lighting conditions.
(Top L) early morning filtered sun (Top R) grown in full sun in screened pool cage (Bottom) growing in full shade.
Stoplight, They look so healthy Scott, you really take good care of your plants. You must not have deer like I do, so many of mine are partially chewed. . I am slowly moving them to the back yard which is fenced.
Minds are like parachutes; they work better when they are open.
Scott must not have trees (acorns, sticks, leaves, etc), squirrels, deer, rabbits, rats, Lubber grasshoppers, a big dog that likes to chase lizards, strong wind, freezing temps, because all his plants look so pristine.