Sorry, didn't realize you mentioned that in your first post.
Do you steep any grains usually? I've only ever done all grain batches (so I may not be the best to help convert).
From this thread http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f37/convert-all-grain-recipe-extract-266883/#post3233665
it appears that 1 lb of 2 row = .75 lb light LME = 0.6 lb light DME. Assuming that is accurate, try this (note that eliminating Munich causes a bump in the LME and DME) :
8 lbs 11 oz light LME or 7 lb 8 oz DME
1 lb caramel 40l (steep)
1 lb honey malt (steep)
same yeast same temps and boil length
Also CTZ stands for Columbus, Tomahawk, Zeus. They are virtually identical so they are commonly referred to as just CTZ.