Ya, this really falls more into pale ale guidelines.
You end up with 43 IBU, so if your pale has more, you are probably looking more like IPA. America Pale is 30-45 IBU. American IPA is 40-75 IBU.
Color on this is around 8.8 SRM. Right in line for a pale, a little light for an amber, and really light for a red. If you are using any beer software (I use BeerSmith), make sure your color settings on each grain/extract are correct for what you are using. In BeerSmith, my Pilsen DME comes set to 3.0 SRM, but Breiss Pilsen DME is actually 2.0.
If you don't have BeerSmith or similar, I'd suggest you get it. BeerSmith has a 21 day trial.
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