So I have over a pound and a half of hops left over from 2011, and I overbought again this year. How else to celebrate than with a horribly unbalanced hop juicey DIPA. I have at least 4 ounces of each Centennial, Chinook, Amarillo & Cascade along with at least 10 ounces of Citra. Base beer is going to be Canadian 2-Row (70%), Flaked Corn (20%), Munich (5%) & Honey Malt (5%) to an OG of 1.090, hoping to get it down to 1.010 or lower using US-05. Here is the question for the group though, if you had those hops, what hop schedule would you employ. Don't worry about bittering hops, I've got those separately and I'll be hopping it to 100 (calculated obviously) IBUs before the flavour and aroma additions. I am looking for suggestions on the ratios of what works and how much to add in flavour and aroma additions (and how). For example, I know I have a ton of Citra, but I find it can easily overpower a beer (not necessarily in a bad way, but a one dimensional way). I am leaning towards a 10 minute addition and a flameout 15 minute whirlpool before I use my counterflow chiller, but am looking for suggestions as this is only my second DIPA.