Cut the crystal in half, and leave out the aromatic. I'm not sure aromatic has enough diastatic power to even convert itself; if it does, then it's not converting anything else.
IMO, this is a prime candidate for a steep/extract batch. Nothing more than a pound of crystal and LME; then you can let the hops shine. Let the flameout hops sit in the pot for 15 minutes prior to chilling (if using immersion-type chiller) to get a good steep on them. Add half of the LME in the last 10 minutes of the boil so it has less time to change color and carmelize the flavors.
If you're really wanting to use more grain then you could turn this into an american red/amber ale - darker, more malt-forward, less hop presense, slightly sweeter. Your additional grains (caramunich, special b, aromatic, crystal 60) would go pretty good into that style, and your hop schedule is still in range to make a nice red ale (I would leave it as is or move your 10 and flameout back 5 minutes). But, still, 2 lbs of aromatic is too much (maybe 1/2lb). Ideas, ideas
I should say that the crystal, special b, and caramunich are all steepable grains - no conversion is needed. The aromatic will need to be mashed, so if you plan on using it then you should pick up a 1/2lb of 2-row.