If it works for you - great. I used to be able to cut on a similar diet. If I eat that way today, I'd just gain too much fat from the carb (too high of a carb ratio for me). That's the only drawback to age - don't metabolize carbs as when I was younger!
I'm not totally sure what your question is, but I'll try to comment on your diet, or the little that you actually posted of it. First of all, it worked for you, so it's good. Second, if you're using chemical assistance, you might be able to drop your carbs and overall calories a little lower. Possibly 2500. High intensity cardio has a muscle wasting effect when on a severely reduced calorie diet, but yours doesn't seem too severe. Remember to get extra carbs post-workout, and think about reducing carbs up to pre-workout. I could go on and on, but probably shouldn't unless you have anymore specific questions.
Want to gain some extra weight? Bump up the protein.
Originally I was looking for others with diets geared more towards performance, than bodybuilding. I wanted to know how mine compared to others. I play football and need the extra carbs for energy through my workouts and games.
However, I've been thinking about changing it up. But it's hard to figure the exact ratio, because my workouts change from day to day. By that I mean from weights to sprints to distance to plyometrics. I feel that I need more energy to get through sprints and running than weights. My goal is to find something that will continue to work without having to change from a day to day basis. The only problem that I had with that diet was heavy water retention and that made it look like I wasn't hard enough, for my liking.