Got it and all the advice makes complete sense.
I used to be a raging hophead and the more hoppy and bitter the better. Now, my palate has changed and I like things more balanced but I still love hop flavor and aroma. The bigger IPAs and IIPAs that I like are still classified as these styles however I consider them to have more malt character and complexity than it appears most around here like.
It appears that I probably don't have the right hop types and amounts to do a good IIPA unless I did a smaller batch which is another option. I will probably scale it back to an IPA and use a hop schedule like something here:
Bravo - 60 min
Columbus - 20 min
equal amts of Amarillo, Centennial, Cascade - 10, 5, 0 min
Columbus - Dry hop
Maybe simplify the malt bill
75% two row