Until you find a trainer it won't hurt to use a program from the site that works for lots of people.
Why not try Chad Waterbury's Anti-bodybuilding Hypertrophy or Christian Thibaudeaux's (I hope I spelled that right) Bodybuilding Pendulum?
Massive Eating, a two part article by John Berardi, has great advice for calculating calories and may be a good refresher on protein/carb, and protein/fat combinations.
Use Surge post-workout and add meal replacements (as opposed to whole food meals) to get your calories up to 3500-4000, or more or less depending on what the ME calc says (there's also a site that can be Googled that has a built-in calculator)
I usually eat a large breakfast with some P, a little F, and lots of carbs, eat a big lunch, snack a bit, work out, have PWO shake, within two hours have a HUGE shake that has 800-1000 calories and 60-80 grams of protein, eat a big dinner and maybe snack more, and have another huge shake before bed.
Sometimes if I feel really bloated I'll skip the huge shake after the workout, but all in all it's not hard to eat that much.
I eat healthily, organic when possible, lots of fruits, and do some cardio/GPP/etc which is factored into my diet and contributes to a higher "G Flux" (search for an article entitled G Flux and anticipate more soon).
I have gained a fair amount of muscle mass and don't seem to be slowing down, and haven't gained any fat to speak of.
I don't mean to stop discussion about the PT but I think it would be useful for you to share more about your workout and diet and (re)read the articles above before you go 100% on the PT.