I get 1/2 that, but that’s likely due to my beer having a bigger malt backbone than your recipe. Even with that, the IBUs are mostly flavor/aroma - so the perception isn’t nearly what that calculator says. It’s less than my favorite IPAs, but the amount of hops in my recipe wasn’t really the point, it was more to show that citra by itself is a great option for a pale alePer BJCP guidelines an APA should be between 30-45 ibu's. For my taste buds I find 35-40 ibu's is my happy zone, and where I try to target my pales. When I put the amount of hops you're suggesting, (most of them in the boil), into my recipe in Beersmith I get 127 theoretical ibu's. I don't care what yeast is used that's too far off the charts for me. But everyone has their own preferences, and if it works for you that's all that matters.