That does indeed look like a hoppy recipe. I didn't see the calculated IBUs anywhere. I'll be kegging / dry-hopping a Blind Pig IPA clone today, that's pretty similar, but based on the delicious wort hydro sample I'm expecting a very tasty beer. Mine is calculated at 82 IBUs + 10 minute hop stand due to lots of flameout hops. I will be adding 4 oz pellet dry hops per corny, which will pack a lot of punch. I've been dry-hopping 4 days ~65F and then 4 days @ 35F, and give the bag a good squeeze before removing, which has been working for me well for my tastes.
I have never used the Hop Shots, but plan to next time I brew a Pliney clone.
I'd be happy to post my Blind Pig recipe if you care to see it.
I used Mangrove Jack's West Coast Ale (M-44) yeast for this, and am about to go see if it attenuated fully, as it has the reputation for at 78% as attenuating 2-3 points higher than US-05.
Thanks for motivating me to get busy!