I would use gold/light malt extract and use a steeping grains similar to what you posted. If you use that much dark malt extract and steeping grains you are going to be drinking a very hoppy stout. Not that a hoppy stout is bad, rather tasty at times, but not a CDA/black IPA.
Mine came out to a similar profile as arrogant bastard, but I prefer mine and it is still rather dark in color. Just the small amount of steeping grains imparted a significant amount of roasted/dark flavors. I'd be wary of that much dark malt. If you check out the reviews on it and remove the "TeH OMGZ!!11!!, I madez da bestz beeyaz evaz!!!11!" reviews from northern brewer, you'll see a handful of people on there saying it just plain isn't a CDA/black ipa.