Two things stand out to me.
First is the malt bill: you get an opportunity to be more creative here if you dump the amber lme and use all light or golden DME or LME and add in your own specialty malts to steep. Plus your color here may be too light depending on the brands of extract you're using. You could play around with some 120L crystal, some victory, maybe some pale chocolate.
Second, assuming the alpha acids of your 60 and 15 minute additions are 10%AA for the falconer's flight and 8%AA for the brewer's gold, your IBUs are way off the chart for an amber - about 90 IBUs on a style that maxes out at 40 IBUs if brewed to style.
I'd be tempted to call this beer a session IPA, just add dry hops!
My recipe formulation got better when I started using brewing software - Promash many years ago, Beersmith now - and it lets me dial in on the base beer and then tweek it to go outside the style ranges without getting into too much trouble.
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