yes and yes.
Larry,
Thank you. That is a fine looking pizza.
I took your data and converted it to the usual threestage protocol that I am accustomed to using. I used the expanded dough calculating tool at
http://www.pizzamaking.com/expanded_calculator.html simply to produce a clean formatting of the data. That is why there are some oddball baker's percents. I also did some tweaking of some of the numbers to be sure that the totals are correct.
Total FormulaFlour (100%): Water (64%): IDY (0.02215%): Salt (2.4706%): Total (166.49275%):
 1700 g  59.96 oz  3.75 lbs 1088 g  38.38 oz  2.4 lbs 0.38 g  0.01 oz  0 lbs  0.13 tsp  0.04 tbsp 42 g  1.48 oz  0.09 lbs  7.53 tsp  2.51 tbsp 2830.38 g  99.84 oz  6.24 lbs  TF = N/A

Note: No bowl residue compensation
Preferment (Poolish)Flour (100%): Water (100%): IDY (0.12551%): Total (200.12551%):
 300 g  10.58 oz  0.66 lbs 300 g  10.58 oz  0.66 lbs 0.38 g  0.01 oz  0 lbs  0.13 tsp  0.04 tbsp 600.38 g  21.18 oz  1.32 lbs  TF = N/A

Note: The poolish uses 27.574% of the Total Formula Water
Final MixPreferment (from above) 600.38 g  21.18 oz  1.32 lbs
Flour (100%): Water (56.2857%): Salt (3%): Total (159.2857%):
 1400 g  49.38 oz  3.09 lbs 788 g  27.8 oz  1.74 lbs 42 g  1.48 oz  0.09 lbs  7.52 tsp  2.51 tbsp 2830.38 g  99.84 oz  6.24 lbs  TF = N/A

I'm not sure what amount of IDY Andre would need for his particular timeframes. His dough will be spending around 4 hours at a room temperature of around 78.782.4 degrees F (2628 degrees C). That may complicate things, especially if his timetable is not flexible. I think it may be possible to calculate an amount of yeast (IDY) to fit his timetable more closely, but it would take a lot of complicated math to come up with that value (I believe that there would be two amounts of IDY used, one for the poolish and a second for the Final Mix).
If Andre decides to try your recipe, it should be fairly easy to adapt it for his dough ball weights. He might not want to make 12 dough balls for the test. He may want to make only a few dough balls for experimental purposes. However, he will still have to do some experimenting on the amount(s) of IDY to fit his timetables.
Peter