Doing a smidge of defined risk, all-weather, broad market instrumentation here ... .
The metrics aren't much to look at, because they aren't static,* but here they are:
Max Loss/Buying Power Effect on Setup: $378/contract
Max Profit on Setup: $122
As far as intratrade management is concerned: Look to roll out the short straddle aspect on decrease in value/realized gain for a credit to at-the-money. Since the short straddle aspect is worth only 1.80 here, you're probably going to want to wait until something approaching 25% max (i.e., .45) before burning a roll. As far as the long strangle aspect is concerned, my tendency is to largely leave it alone unless the short straddle has moved significantly to one side or the other, at which time I generally look at recentering the long strangle via rolling.
Look to take profit at 25% of what you'd get were this a static iron fly with risk one to make one metrics (in this case, it's a 5-wide with a risk one to make one setup paying 2.50 with a 25% max of .63 or so) and then reset the setup anew.
* -- The overall risk of the trade can potentially diminish over time on roll of the short straddle body for additional credits and/or adjustments of the long strangle aspect to maintain max loss potential (the difference between the width of the spread and total credits received).