The minutia is pretty meaningless unless you are a contest prep bodybuilder. I would do something that you can stick to, does not have too large of a deficit, and has refeeds or cheat days of some kind, so that you do not lose your mind. If you have lean meats, plenty of fruits and vegetables, have a source of EFAs, and adequate post-workout nutrition, the rest probably doesn't mean a whole lot (if calories are kept the same).
Macronutrient splitting in itself will limit your diet options and you will tend to eat less, which amazingly causes you to lose weight and get leaner. If I stuck you in a kitchen full of foods you hate and gave you no guidelines on what to eat (timing, frequency, amount, etc.), I think you'd have some success losing weight as well.