You could probably use a pilsner malt if you want to use Gladfield malts - if I’m understanding you correctly. Carapils is 5.5-6.5 EBC as a starting point, you’ll just need to find something to match.
Make sure you’re grain is crushed.
Citra and Calypso hops have a high Alpha Acid content, so 80g boiled for 70 minutes will blow your IBU out to 127! It should be closer to 20g: https://www.brewersfriend.com/ibu-calculator/
Put your aroma hops in after your boil or even when your wort cools down to 80 degrees. All you’ll be doing is boiling off the wonderful aromas.
I’d put all your DME in for the full boil time.
Not sure what line item 8 is.
Feel free to ignore anything or everything I said.