Time to switch to Rosetta Stone
45,000 points! That's awesome. I was over 29,000 - now it seems I'm back to square one. Yes, it can be considered a review, but like you, I was on duolingo daily to to keep all my lessons up to date. REALLY! I do not need to review the most basic lessons.
After thinking about this, I guess Duolingo will still work OK for what I was doing--working through the course over and over for vocabulary and grammar practice. Having reached Level 25, levels were no longer a motivating factor, so the streak days and keeping the lessons golden were the only motivator. (I don't think little crowns with numbers in them will be a motivator for me, maybe more so if I had been a beginner?) And I'm not quite sure what one actually does with Lingots other than award them to others or perhaps put a track suit costume onto the little owl on the phone app? Duolingo works OK in tandem with more advanced podcasts at normal speaking speed, which build comprehension.
That's funny, I came from RS to duo... There's probably a best way to learn a language, but at the end of the day we get out of our studies what we put into them. There's something to be said for picking a path and staying on it until it leads to another. That should allow for progression towards a language proficiency goal better than trying to find the perfect path... maybe.