Well, you can certainly say that QM may not be the final level of reality, but it's the most fundamental we know of right now.

And the most fundamental level is the level that "is" reality. NM has been found to be incomplete, and therefore

*not* what reality "is".

Reality doesn't exist on multiple levels. It exists on one level.

This might help explain what I'm talking about, especially

this, and specifically this:

The classical world is strictly implicit in the quantum world, but seeing from a classical perspective makes everything bigger and more complicated. Everyday life is a higher level of organization, like molecules versus quarks - huge catalogue of molecules, six quarks...I am going to talk as if the quantum world is the really real and the classical world something far away. Not just because that makes it easier to be a native of a quantum universe, but because, at a core level, *it's the truth*... I am going to take a strictly realist perspective on quantum mechanics - the quantum world is really out there, our equations describe the territory and not our maps of it, and the classical world only exists implicitly within the quantum one.