@MarkKO can probably give you a tip or two, but in the meantime, I’d like to ask a couple of questions regarding your technique.
I know you’re more of a physique guy so just putting you into a position where you can produce the most power isn’t really the be all - end all of things. Getting you into a position that allows for maximal stress on the intended muscle is.
Firstly, why are you not going all the way down? Do you have a shoulder issue or do you lose tension on the muscle?
Meadows style incline press (or spoto press) include stopping 1-2" before you’d hit your chest, but you’re stopping way higher than that, what’s the reasoning?
You also have a bit wide grip, and a rather small arch, which raises the question; do presses bother your shoulders? Also the amount of flaring you do seems like it could feel bad, with a bit narrower grip and a bigger arch (or even just better shoulder positioning, which really is what I’m after with the arch, your shoulders could be in a better position) you’d probably be going lower as well
Lastly, does that foot positioning feel solid? Do you feel you’re supported by your legs? I know I said that the goal should be to stress the target muscles (namely that chest) as much as possible, but you can’t do that without a solid base; engage your legs. I like to have them really under me and closer together as it helps create total-body tension for me. Play around with it and find what feels comfortable for you. Just remember that they shouldn’t be idle.