First, thanks for posting numbers that look real and don't make me wonder how much you've inflated them. Good start.
The go-to eating plan for putting on serious size is Berardi's "Massive Eating Reloaded", which is an optimized version of the first "Massive Eating" series. It'll give you a good sense of how much you should be eating, what sorts of things to eat, and how to combine foods (protein + fats, protein + carbs) for serious results. If you haven't read those articles, start there.
I'll be curious what other posters think, but 2 months might not be enough time to gain weight that would be visible with a tux on...it takes me longer to put on mass that I can see.
Workout-wise, are you including the big compound lifts? Squats, deadlifts and deadlift variations, bench press, rows, etc? If not, those are key for putting on size.
Pick a workout plan from the "Training" section on the left. Joel Marion's "Ripped, Rugged and Dense", Chad Waterbury's stuff, the Westside for Skinny Bastards (you're seriously skinny if you're 6'1" and 165, dude) article, etc. You may have to experiment to find what you respond to best to put on size in terms of loading parameters (sets/reps).
If you want to emphasize your legs, put them first in your workout day and workout week. It makes more of a difference than you might think.
Also, you don't refer to any post-workout shake. Make sure you're getting adequate carbs and protein AFTER you work out. Pre-workout is good, but pre and post is better. Make sure you're eating before bed, too.