This profile looks almost exactly like mine from last year. First, don't worry about your GRE scores. Verbal doesn't matter at all unless you are an international student, and 168 is more than high enough for quant.
For real analysis, I wouldn't worry about it. I actually didn't even have a grade next to it while applying since I took it this last semester. The A in real analysis II more than makes up for it.
Being at a fairly unknown University only hurts you for the top 10, but not after that. My university was ranked about the same as yours.
Finally, as far as range goes, I would apply to a couple top 10 as long shots, a few top 20's as reach schools, a few top 30's as realistic schools, and one or two top 50's as backups.
As a comparison, your profile is slightly stronger than mine was, and I got into Rochester, UNC, Cornell AEM (where I'm going), UC Irvine, and Oregon.
Where ever you go, you should have full funding, and don't take anything less.