I did take some advice and let a local home brewer sample what I had. He was able the pick out the gains and hops used. He also said it was just a touch over carbonated and being at the upper range of the screwy brewer's recommendation, this is no surprise.
The big thing was he was not getting the flavors, I was getting. He said he was tasting oxygen in the samples, while finishing each sample off saying they were not bad at all.
I have been advised to skip the secondary and cold crash for this batch. Anything which could introduce oxidation because this just maybe what I am tasting.
So, this is what I have planned for the IPA, which is in the fermenter.
The fermentation of the IPA has been kept at 62F and seems happy, so I will keep it their.
Day 14 in the fermenter, dry hop, using a sanitized hop sack weighted with a 1 inch glass cat's eye. Again making sure everything is sanitized and gently place the hop sack in the LBK.
Just plan to skip the cold crash with this one and if the beer is drinkable, will brew another batch cold crashed, to compare the difference.
Day 21 rinse my already clean bottles and sanitize them with Star San. I have some corn sugar left, so I am going to prime with both corn sugar and table sugar.
Bottle using my new bottling wand.
Cap and store at 73F for four weeks.