I created a Beersmith equipment profile I call "Brewing Classic Styles."
Most of the numbers are obvious but a few are tricky.
For efficiency enter 64.1% (not 70%). Beersmith uses brew house efficiency while Brewing Classic Styles quotes mash efficiency. The difference is mash efficiency includes the trub volume while brew house does not include the trub volume. 64.1% = 5.5/6 * 70%.
The boil volume is 7. The boil off amount is 1G.
Beersmith calculates an extra 0.24G loss from shrinkage.
Trub loss should be 0.26G (not 0.5). This is 0.26G because there was also the 0.24G shrinkage. 0.24 + 0.26 = 0.5
The batch size is 5.5G and the fermenter loss is 0.5G.
With this profile you can enter the recipe from the book and match there numbers exactly.
You should create your own equipment profile also. Enter the brewing classic styles recipes in the profile you created for the book first then scale the recipe to your equipment profile. That will give you a recipe which will brew a beer as the book intended.
Here are screen shots of my brewing classic styles equipment profile.