Sounds good. Post back with your results.
One factor to consider in your deliberation is that you're ambient basement temp (upper 50s) is not as low as most would ferment a lager beer. This is not necessarily a negative, just something to keep in mind.
Going with one packet of W-34/70.
Pitching into 74 degree wort, waiting 1/2 hour then filling up to the
4.25 gallon mark to drop temperature to hopefully 60 degrees.
According to this https://fermentis.com/en/rediscover-saflager-w-34-70/
I should be good to go, 4.25 gallons, 60 degrees, 5% ABV
Switched to this recipe (My recipes are forever changing the last minute)
41% Epiphany Modern Pilsner
41% Epiphany Vienna
18% Epiphany Munich
15 Min = 1 oz Bell’s Centennial-Pellet (9.5)
Flame-Out = 2 oz Citra-Whole (13.3)
W-34/70 (next batch after this the same but with S-04)
Results are in. Both are good in their own way.
Identical batches, one with W-34/70 and another with S-04.
I guess it depends on my mood/state of mind which one I prefer.
No clear winner with yeast, both good.
I think citra & centennial are over rated for my taste buds.
The hop aroma & flavor does carry over to the beer.
4 other batches in pipeline yet to be tasted.
Next two identical brew batches 90% Vienna 10% White Wheat one with Simcoe, the other with Amarillo.
US-05 for both batches, basement ambient temps just right.