Just an update: FG was 1.011.
The beer has been carbonating for about a week in the keg. I've drawn about 3 pints. First one was a little yeasty as you might expect but the next was clear and the third, a few days later, is clear and bright. I'm drinking it as I type.
The color was a bit darker than I wanted, and I think that, the next time, I'll just use one caramel malt instead of using Caramel 60 and Caramel 120. I was aiming for a copper color and what I got instead was a dark copper starting to verge on brown. I didn't use finings so the beer is a little hazy but that doesn't really matter to me as it's a house beer.
You can taste the hops but they are not nearly as strong as an IPA - there is a hop flavor under the malt, which is what I wanted. No hop aroma, really.
Flavor is excellent. This is a beer I could enjoy all night long. I had a couple of Fuller's London Pride ales earlier this evening and it compares very well. I would have to say that Fuller's strikes a clean balance between hops and malt, whereas in my beer the body is fuller and the malt predominates. I think that it will hit it's peak within a couple of weeks, at which point I'll have some friends over to celebrate.
Thanks again for your forbearance and excellent advice.