Looks decent, but you don't need the carapils when using a base of DME. The DME already contains carapils from when it was manufactured by the maltster. The 152 mash temp. will also yield more body in a partial mash beer than it would in an all-grain beer, since you have no control over the mash temp. that the DME you're using was mashed at. It's probably best to shoot for a 148-150 mash instead, considering that the beer will usually be fuller with the extract base.
I would add half of your DME at flameout and keep a close eye on those ferm. temps to make sure they stay in the mid to upper 60s(F). Don't "guess" at the amount of starter required; do some accurate calculations using mrmalty or yeastcalc. Lastly, moar hopz at 15/5/DH... I'd even be inclined to switch that up to 10/0/DH.