It sounds like you're overthinking it a bit.
If you plan on bulking, just work hard in the gym and eat when you're hungry. If you want to bulk with minimal fat gain: keep the diet clean, go higher carb/lower fat on workout days, and on off days go lower carb/higher fat.
As far as what EXACT numbers are best, that's up to you to find out. Some people can go very high carb, while others blow up and retain a ton of water/get fat as soon as they start eating reasonably high carbs.
Your fat intake doesn't sound too bad. I would begin by playing with carbs. Try adding 50g per week on workout days, and keep doing this until you see any results that you aren't happy with (too much water/fat,etc). At that point, start backing it off little by little (maybe 25g-50g increments) until you find out how many g's of carbohydrates gives you the look/strength you're going for.
I'm a big believer that knowing YOUR body is far more important than struggling to conform to specific numbers. If you want to be meticulous about something, be meticulous about food measurements. That way you'll know EXACTLY where the macronutrient/caloric 'sweet spot' is for your body once you hit it and it will be easier to replicate on a daily basis.