Not necessarily.I followed the middle live z paper wiggle test and got the value to around -1.020 (should I lower the pinda even more?)
If you are seeing -1.020 on the live Z your pinda is a little too low. When you are setting live Z, you are adjusting the position of the nozzle relative to where the pinda senses, that point being the zero point. So, at -1.020 you are moving the nozzle 1.020mm closer to the bed. If you want that distance to be smaller, then you need to raise the pinda so that it senses with the nozzle a little closer. Higher the pinda=lower the nozzle=less negative adjustment (needed or available) for live Z. Live Z will be different from printer to printer, pinda to pinda and often filament type to filament type (PETG doesn't need to be as low as PLA, for instance).
Right front corner of your bed is a touch too high. If you use the hyper fine leveling build, you need to raise point C a little.
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