Hi. It's hard to tell exactly but it looks pretty good. A comfortable position can vary from one person to the next.
A couple of things you'll want to be sure of:
-the middle of the cleat should be right under the balls of your feet
-you want to be sure both of your cleat position is the same on both shoes so that your pedal strokes are symmetrical
-your toes should be pointed forward when you're pedaling and your heels should be behind your toes so your feet are pretty straight vs. heels or toes pointing in or out?
Here's the short Peloton video about installing cleats
And a more complex video about cleat position on cycling shoes in general
Did you get your bike yet or just the accessories? If you got the bike I would try getting on it and pedaling and seeing if your feet are straight and symmetrical and the shoes feel comfortable.
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