It looks pretty good to me. Here's what I would do, but by no means what you need to do.
1. I wouldn't say there's anything wrong with your recipe, but if it were me, I'd increase the later hops editions (20 minutes or less) and maybe drop/reduce some of the longer editions. I prefer my IPAs with great hop flavor.
2. Your mash temp is 150 which is fine, but you're using the full body mash profile which normally means a 154 mash; 150 is too low for what I consider a full body beer. An IPA typically has medium, or med-light body, so 150 isn't a bad mash temp for the style, but it's not a full body mash temp. I usually use Beermsmith's medium body mash profile, 152 degrees, for my IPAs.
3. The sparge edition volumes are weird. Beersmith always seems to do this by default. I check the "Drain mash tun before sparging" button under the mash profile to correct this.