It's really more a question of how you lift. If you've been reading around for a while, you've read about CT's Perfect Rep method. Use it. There's nothing better for developing raw power.
Not a big fan of supersetting squats with anything. Usually, I'm so winded after a set of heavy squats that if you asked me to do jump squats (or anything else), all you'd get is a barely audible "fuck you". Give squats everything you've got. Now, as a warmup, jump squats might have some merit. Priming your body for maximum acceleration before squatting makes some sense.
Try LBMx16 as a starting point for calories when cutting. If you're not losing weight, systematically drop it by 200Cal/per week. Make sure you keep the heavy lifting, but keep the volume at a moderate level.
I've had some luck using barbell complexes, sprints, weighted walks, and heavy bag work in addition to my regular program (I was getting up early and getting in about 30min before work).
LBMx16Cal plus the additional work will melt the fat off of damn near anybody, I think. I lost 10lbs of fat in a month (lost 15 total, gained 5 back after a week of 'refueling').