SERMs increase E2, not needed, and also lead to increased LH. Stacking two SERMs [stupid] will take LH too high and that will often create insane amounts of E2 in the testes and can also degrade the LH receptors.
Your hCG dose is stupid and will have all of the negative effects cited above. All you need is 250iu EOD to preserve the testes, that is way better than damaging the testes. Note that anastrozole cannot manage T-->E2 inside the testes, only peripheral T-->E2. We see that these situations cannot be managed with anastrozole.
When you cut the SERMs and reduce hCG, T levels will not be so high. For your body weight, 100mg/wk T with the hCG should create TT near 900-1000. 120 per week would be good to run. 240/week was insane.
Your E2 was probably high and the liver would up SHBG levels, blunting FT response. All T benefits would be reduced.
So it will be a whole new game.
Suggest that you test E2 only soon on new protocol then go with anastrozole. I really expect that you will need it. Then test again with anastrozole after 3 weeks and do dose refinement. Aim for E2=22pg/ml
Note that we have a few guys here who have ruined their hormone systems with combinations of extreme training and calorie restriction.
Different testing labs not only have different ranges, but results that would be different with the same blood samples. The ranges are probably more significant in terms of guidance. Note that Quest FT results are 4-5 time higher than some other testing labs.
You should be looking for FT at the high end of range or a bit higher.
Note that for the same T inputs, more E2 means more SHBG and thus more SHBG-T [which is inert]. So high SHBG means higher TT, even as that would reduce FT.