Hey ! Bloom can sure generate some plant mass. Here's what I'd do re pruning.
top off the top six inches of plant. Everything but the flowers, and keep it pruned to that level.
prune about 50% of the plant mass cluttering up the middle. Mostly, take out leaves and suckers that are all tied up in knot in there. It will feel strange, but your plant doesn't need all those leaves and it won't hurt a thing to remove them.
trim the bottom third back to just the stems or main branches.
Right now, all that plant mass is acting like a giant wick and moving i bet a gallon a day of moisture out of your reservoir. Everything will be happy with less plant mass in there. Keep the fruit, but prune back the bigger leaves and suckers. If you don't know what I mean by suckers, I can post something on that as well. Right now the main job is turning those flowers into tomatoes and getting them ripe!
First pepper picked! Prematurely ... ooops. But, it's pretty :)
Going to do a "flush" on the system once more of the peppers grow in larger. Didn't need to do this on the last Chinese 5 Color Pepper grow because they were so small and spicy, but with a bell pepper taking in much more moisture, It tasted slightly bitter so I think flushing with low nutrient-rich water for a week or two will help. We'll see...