Well, I went with it pretty much just how it looks, though I did know that it was a little light in most regards, and ended up boiliing @ 3.5 gallons for a 4 gallon batch. I also saved a bit of the cascades for flameout, as I LOVE the aroma, and figgered I had nothing to lose. I had no expectations on flavor, and took decent notes, so if I like it, I'll know why, and if I don't, I'll know why.
I had done some more searching and finally found some info on "pitching onto the yeast cake". I don't have a blow-off tube, so instead of pitching on top, I pulled a coffee-cup out of trub and just stirred it into the wort. It was bubbling along nicely last night, so we shall see.
Thanks for the tips, though, I'll use the notes, as I had been wondering about 'preferred' bittering and/or aroma hops.