If you're making your own recipes, why not move up to all-grain? You can get a lot more mileage from your non-base grains. It's worth the bump in quality. Reference your recipe, I'm thinking it's a bit bitter for most but if that's what you are into go for it. I'd personally give secondaries a second thought and dry hop. Overall, there's not that much hop here just alot of IBU (IMO). Also, I'd add some wheat malt (1/4 to 3/4lb) and a liquid ale yeast (calif/american)...my thoughts for what it's worth.