Young_Forever - I feel balanced on this protocol. TRT at first elevated my mood too but like all things you settle into the 'new you'. I have more energy and better body composition but sometimes still struggle with E2 issues.
Dabah2014 - Avoiding TRT is a good choice if your symptoms are not overwhelming. Sometimes I wish I had as well. Its for life after all and if I could have avoided it I would have too. There is no magic pill to lower SHBG, not one that is safe and doesn't come with its own side effects.
Saltydawg - If I were you I still wouldn't start that high on the dose. Its easier to dial in starting on a typical dose and increasing it than overshooting your target. That's like not enough AI. Even if you are an over responder like I am you will likely need more AI at 200mg/week if you choose to stay there.
CRST - What was you reason for testing in the first place? Doesn't sound like your symptoms are horrible so treatment for you is a personal choice. No you can't use Anastrozole to fix any of your current issues as that is for E2 problems resulting from TRT or in rare cases naturally high E2. I would get more bloodwork to see whats going on before jumping on any program. TT, Free T, FSH, LH, E2, Prolactin, DHT, CBC w/lipids, and if you havn't tested thyroid before add those as well.