Thanks for all the help, I decided to crush and brew this morning as weather and impending kitchen renovation would make it difficult this weekend.
I set the gap at .030 and it looked good. Another thing I tried after reading about it on brulosophy, was to use the BIAB bag I had and I used it in my mash tun. So the sparge went well and no vorlouf required. Clean up was much easier for me as well.
I have to plug in my numbers and see how I did for efficiency. I seemed to hit the gravity numbers beersmith predicted so I think I must have done something right. Mash ph seemed a little high at 5.31 but I forgot to cal the meter this am, so I don't know about that reading. I did add exactly the amount of lactic acid that was calculated so I think I was prob ok.
Each brew goes a little smoother with less worry on my part.
This will be the Kama citra IPA with a bit more base malt and some double strength cascade and citra in the dry hop later. So a slightly bigger Kama citra but not too much.
I am hoping my brew bucket doesn't lift off with that omega tropical IPA yeast.... It likes the temp 75-85 f. Got the big blow off tube on it now.
Thanks again for all the help, looking forward to drinking this brew.