Sorry, but I don't really like it. If you want to gain strength, I'd go with CW's Strength-Focused Mesocyle or a Westside template.
The problem I see with your program is that you're doing the correct sets/reps for strength gains (5x3, 4x4), but you're not using enough weight. You should be lifting at 85%> of your 1RM and be shooting for 90-100%. And if you're going to do "speed training," I would stick with 50-60% of your max and do 8x3 (a la Westside).
As for your lifts, I don't know why people wouldn't believe you have a 365 deadlift, 200lb bench and 230lb squat. Other than your deadlift, the other lifts are nothing that I would consider unbelievable for a 138lb guy (I've lifted more at a lower bodyweight at one time).
And if you can get 6,000 calories a day, go for it. However, I guarantee you're going to gain fat and be bloated all the time. This will definitely hold true if you're using some sort of weight gainer (nothing but sugar and crappy protein).
Also, if strength is your main goal and training with low volume and high intensity, you won't need all those calories (thus, you will get fat). However, if you change your training to include high- and medium-intensity training, you will better utilize all the extra calories and not have it turn all to fat.
I'd suggest following a training program on the site and start increasing your calories by 250-500 per day instead of just jumping up to 6K/per day.
But what do I know?