I don't have a ton of experience with Paphs, I only have a couple of them. However, I'm wondering if the twisting of the leaves just means the light is hitting it at a new angle and it's compensating to line up with the light? Many Paphs have bumps naturally on the petals, but I don't know if that is what is going on with yours. Basically it looks pretty good to me! Do keep an eye out for any fungus and spray with Physan or a fungicide if you see spots on the leaves. I find my Paphs are somewhat susceptible to fungus, even in my dry climate. Don't put cinnamon on roots, but you can use it on cut leaf edges to discourage rot if you ever have to cut off a bad spot. It will damage roots.
Welcome to the forum and good luck with your pretty Paph!