I use Beersmith 2.0 for all my BIAB needs. Once I got my equipment profile down, and my efficiency calculated, everything is dandy. In my experience, all the AG recipes I've tried with BIAB have produced great (at least to me) beer.
Just make sure all the grains can fit in the bag and pot if you decide to do a higher gravity brew. I am trying 13 pounds of grains this weekend.
This is from the beersmith website: In general BIAB works best in the mid mash temperature range (150-156F).
Ensure that you double crush the grains.