I saw this post last night and really didnt even want to touch it but, I guess I will take a little stab
The reason you are not getting much feedback is most likely do to the contridictions in your goals. You want to be the strongest mofo you can but not gain any weight. That is a tough one. You are going to have to eat a hypocaloric diet to make any noticeable gains, but at the same time limit BF gains.
My suggestion is to take the progress slow. Nutrition is going to be your largest factor, as with any type of training, cutting or bulking. You will need to start a food log if you dont currently keep one, and figure out you maintenece K/cals.
When you have this nailed down take your maint. K/cals and add 250 to that #. Monitor your progress in weight and strength and when you stop progressing, up the k/caks another 250, giving each increase at least a couple week run befor you change it up again. This should allow you to make gains while limiting the BF gains.
For training go lift heavy weight. Employ the big compound movements and get your rest. Change up your rep and set scheme periodically, but keep the load fairly high. Try and lift more weight every time you hit the gym. You might check out CT's "powerlifting pendulum" article in this weeks mag.
Add in a session or two of cardio to limit BF if you are gaining to much, but keep it at a minimum due to the fact that you want to add strength.
Fact is you are going to have to be very anal about your diet and nutrition to meet your combined goals, but if you are up to it it can be done.
Hope that helps, good luck