The big question is "what kind of flavor do you want?"
Do you want a more bitter beer? Put more in bittering and less in flavoring/ dry hop.
Do you want a very citrussy floral hoppy beer? Put very few bittering hops in and some at mid boil and a lot at the end. Then some more in dry hop.
Do you want a balanced beer? Well, I wouldn't deviate much from most of the standard IPA recipes you can find here. That is not a really big beer by the ingredients. You definately don't need the WL099. I have only used that for a mead (got to 15% without any special treatment) and a cider. In both cases, I had to wait several months for the yeast to clean up some off flavors. My best recommendation for a very clean easy IPA with those ingredients is the Safale 05 dry yeast. No fuss, no muss. Quick ferment, great floculation, and a super clean flavor for citrussy hops.
Anyway. The first question is the most important.