The following is not medical advise:
1) HDL is better if higher in general and 60+ is not a bad thing, just atypically high
2) LDL is no longer considered a great indicator by itself. Depending on the exact density, "LDL" can be bad or basically not a factor
3) Triglycerides being kept lowish is typically a good thing. Triglycerides can be high if you tend to have high blood sugar, and also if you have a lot of net fructose in your diet as the liver will turn fructose into triglycerides if glycogen needs are met. Triglycerides can also be high from a LOW carb diet in part because it stimulates fatty acid mobilization and DECREASES insulin sensitivity-notice: insulin sensitivity is decreased when carbs go below about 120-180 grams a day on a 2500 cal diet.
The best diet for low triglycerides is one with 120-180 grams of carbs a day/2500 cals, AND with the carbs coming primarily from glucose polymers, pure glucose, and lactose. Also as much as 1/2 drink of alcohol per day can raise triglycerides, especially the worst ones. Net fructose should be under 4% of maintenence calories and 33% of exercise recovery needs.
4) Triglyerides build on fructose and omega-6s, are probably the primary dietary instigator of vascular disease as well as cancer.
5) Saturated fat and monounsaturated fat are basically incapable of instigating cardiovascular disease as they are not easily oxidized in the blood.
6) Cholesterol probably prevents the beginning stages of heart disease as it is sent to the damaged blood vessels specifically to reinforce the cell membranes to help them heal. A cholesterol score by itself, means basically nothing until you already have damage caused by oxidative triglycerides, and often exacerbated by aerobic work/exercise. As a result, a statin drug taken by someone who has no sascular damage yet actually works to block the body's method of healing vascular damage (ie sending cholesterol to the site).
7) If you already have out of control vascular damage then cholesterol may become a runaway problem that causes increase blockages, So cholesterol becomes a profound issue if you already have damage caused by omega 6s, sugar, or excessive aerobic exercise, or other stress or other chemical source of arterial scarring.
8) Lastly, having high cholesterol, in spite of a generally low cholesterol diet may be a sign that the body has microvascular damage. The natural production of cholesterol is stimulated so that it can be sent to damaged capillaries to heal them. Do you smoke, drink alcohol, eat a high omega-6 diet, eat a high sugar diet or run excessively (more than 25-35 kilometers per week?).