I think your profile will set you up to be competitive at every school you're interested in / have a good fit with. So, if there is a school that you think you would like to be at, apply there! Don't worry about being "top heavy" because in order to get into a good school, you need to apply to a lot of good schools.
That said, it is certainly a good idea to have one or two middle tier and safety school. I don't know too much about HEP rankings to know which ones on your list that meet this criteria. But since you have 10 schools on your list, based on your profile, my recommendation is to go for:
7 or 8 schools that really interest you, no matter how high rank they seem to be
1 or 2 schools that are in the middle (i.e. you're not sure you will get in but you think you have a good chance)
1 school that is truly safety (>90% certainty of getting in).
I would also say if you find more schools you're interested in, then add them to the list instead of removing another school (unless you lose interest in a school between now and application time).
Finally, before you worry about safety schools, you (well, everyone, I think) should really think about what would you do with that acceptance. A safety school is meant to be "I would rather go here than nowhere at all". So, for many people I might recommend skipping the safety school if their plan is to just reapply next year if they don't get into a school of their choice, or if they plan to pursue a non-grad school path (for now) if they don't get into a school of their choice. Grad school is a big investment (of time, effort, giving up other opportunities) so I'm not sure a "safety school" mindset is a good one: personally, I would not go to a grad school that didn't excite me, even if it's my only offer.