I've brewed fruity hop juice a couple times. It's awesome when you are new at brewing and you create something that tastes different. But it's more juice-like in flavor and less identifiable as beer. Especially when you start throwing in tons of Citra, Topaz, Amarillo, Galaxy, and similar fruity hops.
If someone gave me a glass of fruity hop juice before I knew anything about brewing, there would be no way I would believe it was beer I was drinking. I'm a total hophead, but I guess I prefer beer flavor with lots of hops. Not hop juice with little to no beery-ness.
You need to really think about the % of your additions (beginning, middle, late, dryhop) in order to have something like PtE. Brewing that way is definitely a craft. To produce something smooth and beer-like with tons of hop character, but not so much that it yield "juice".
The OP has the right idea, but may want to shift the hops around a bit and use less overall. Though I wonder how the higher OG (but similar FG as Pliny) will work here in the end if he were to brew as is. Thoughts? I think he needs more early & middle additions, and less late & dryhop additions.
Remember, PtE only uses 12.5 oz. total hops for about the same batch size in the fermenter:
-----(Hop Additions = 28% early, 14% middle, 28% late, and 30% dryhop)
So you will have hop juice if you're upping that to 20 oz. hops and follow something like:
-----(Hop Additions = 10% early, 10% middle, 40% late, and 40% dryhop)
The more hops added late, the more that fruity/juicy character will dominate. Not to mention he is ALSO using fruity Conan yeast. Pliny uses clean Cali yeast.