Yeah, it seems somewhat logical how I've put it in (to me at least). Funny thing is, on the main recipe "design" page, it puts the "aroma steep" step before the "boil o min" step - which had me confused. But when I look at the actual "brew-steps" page to print out, it does put the aroma steep addition last, which makes more sense. Not sure why this is flipped under the main design tab?
I'm really just wanting to get my recipes and brew-instructions as accurate (and consistent) as possible. I write all my brew-day and tasting notes on the brew-steps print-out, and it's nice to have accurate notes to look back on later when trying to tweak or replicate a recipe.
I'm actually wondering if I should put the flameout addition as "boil - 5 (maybe 10) min.), at least when I'm not cooling right away, because I'm sure there has to be at least a few points worth of IBU's being added at the flameout addition, while I let it cool gradually on its own down to 180 for the hop stand. ?? Don't know if anyone does this, to "trick" the software into giving it a couple IBU's from the flameout addition (which is purely my best educated guess/assumption as to what is actually being contributed to the brew...says the relatively noobie brewer)??