Wow, Stu--I guess I had never really read your views on diet, but I feel like that's a radically different perspective from most of what's discussed on this site.
I feel like the dogma surrounding carbs has generally been two camps: one that says hardly ever eat them (e.g. keto) or to load them very infrequently (e.g. anabolic diet), while the other says that carbs should only be consumed around workouts (e.g. carb cyclers, or just the general person).
I guess I've always presumed that carbs should be strictly tracked. In a sense, this keeps with your Pro/Carbs/Cals tracker, in that I always thought that you would want to hit a certain amount of protein and a certain (limited) amount of carbs, with the rest being from fats. Along those lines of thinking, the carbs would serve just as a source of insulin manipulation.
So are you saying that by your view carbs shouldn't be limited to the workout window (i.e. within, say, two hours before and two hours after)?