Amarillo/Simcoe is a great combo. As far as pine notes, ou'll probably want chinook or simcoe in the flavor hops to pull that off. Amarillo seems like a waste at bittering IMO, because its such a low AA, why not use a little chinook to get your IBUs? Or maybe Columbus. If you had more Amarillo, it wouldn't be so bad. Use that amarillo at aroma and dryhop, along with simcoe. Chinook, Amarillo, Simcoe sounds good. I just recently did a Chinook, Amarillo, Cascade brew. Can't wait to see how it comes out. I halfed the Chinook, compared to the other flavor/aroma hops.
Fermenting/Conditioning: Casc/Cent APA, Hoppy Birthday Amarillo/Simcoe IPA(6g American/5g Belgian), Chappist Belgian Dubbel
Bottled/Kegged: Red Rye IPA, Wesside Trip(Westmalle Tripel clone), ESB, Lil Trap (4% Trappist Starter Batch), Robust (Pumpkin) Porter, 3% Little Hopper, "Slick Rick" Old Engine Oil Clone(oaked w/ vanilla and balvenie scotch), Imperial RyePA,
On Deck: Quad, Belgian IPA, Orfy's Mild, Scotch Ale