Well I guess I understand that you're trying to increase your lean tissue so that your metabolic rate will be higher for your eventual focus on fat loss. However if your goals are to look good nekid you may want to shift focus a little bit first. JB has stated that the leaner you are when you start to bulk the more of the weight gain will be muscle, and I personally have found this to be true.
Perhaps you should focus more on just leaning out first, and then once you get your bodyfat to whatever you deem acceptable (15-20% might be a good goal for right now, although you could also just use waist measurments) start increasing calories for a bulk. If your bodyfat/waist ever gets too far out of your comfort zone, adjust the calories a little or add some cardio/hiit.
I have the PN package and its been very useful for me (especially gourmet nutrition). I used it in Feburary to get my body fat down and have since been gaining muscle. I've put on about 10 pounds in the last two months with very little fat gain. Now obviously I'm a different case than you, but I just thought you'd like to know that it is a useful tool.
That being said I'd recommend you read 'the tailor made nutrition' series on this site. Its actually part of the PN package, but you can read it for free on this site.
I figure that with a few years of training under your belt you should have decent enough base of muscle right now to focus on losing fat first and then gaining more muscle later.