I switched to all grain brewing after only a couple extract batches and I haven't been too pleased with most of my all grain brews. So for my next beer I wanted to brew an All Grain and an extract equivalent version of the same beer, with the same yeast and match them as closely as possible.
So 3 questions based on this scenario:
1) The recipe is 10 lbs 2 row, 12 oz crystal 60, 4oz crystal 120 for the all grain and I converted the 10lbs of 2row into 7lb 13oz of pale liquid extract but left everything else the same, specialty malts, hops, yeast etc. Does that seem like the best way to make a comparable extract version taste wise? I don't mind that the extract version might be darker or any purely visual differences.
2) Should I do any water adjustments on the extract version at all or will I just end up making a mess of it not knowing what is already in the extract from the water it was made with?
3) I've tried water additions only once before and only in the mash, as I forgot to adjust the water in the brew kettle after sparging. So I don't really have any experience with adjusting water, this is my plan so far based on EZ Water Calculator 3. Does this look about right for adjustments?