Two Row Pale = 9 lb 8 oz (64%)
Munich Malt = 3 lb 5.75 oz (22%)
Flaked Oats = 1 lb (6%)
Caramel/Crystal 120L = 10.67 oz (4%)
Caramel/Crystal 80L = 5.33 oz (2%)
Caramel/Crystal 40L = 5.33 oz (2%)
Chocolate Malt = 1 oz (0%)
I'm a fan of the guideline of limiting to 4 grain varieties when making recipes, as it makes it much easier to learn the ingredients and know where to make adjustments. For me personally, I've ended up with a "grainy" taste when leaning on the darker crystal malts and not had the color desired. I don't think you are going to get red but dark brown - condense & reduce on crystal and kick up the percent Munich or oats.
For reference, looking at this week's AHA recipe of the week, "Tsunami IPA", he's got 12 oz of crystal 45 within 3 malts + sugar. Looks like roughly 5%? re: http://www.homebrewersassociation.org/pages/community/blog/show?title=recipe-of-the-weektsunami-ipa
A fun alternative would be 10 or 12 oz of CaraRed.
Also do not overlook the recipe of topher.bartos in this thread: 3 malts and 6.6% on the 20L crystal.
IMHO of course, recipe building is great fun.