I'm actually gearing up to start something similar for the month of July, which will be month #9 for me since I started eating "paleo" last November. I've been following Kurt Harris' Archevore outline fairly closely with excellent results, though adding in some exercise with an increase in food intake has me slowing down a bit to build muscle, apparently. That's all fine and good, but I'm not wanting to be a bulky 200 lb. muscle guy.
I'm going to try my own modified version of Dr. Guyenet's Level 5 protocol, basically borrowing elements from Levels 3 thru 5. Instead of limiting myself to just 3 foods, I am going to allow a bit more variety. Here's what my allowable food list is looking like so far:
BEEF - all local grassfed ground, sirloin steak, roasts, heart, liver and bones (for broth)
POTATOES - 1 or 2 average-size per day, any variety
VEGGIES - 3 different colors, still undecided but perhaps broccoli, beets and carrots
I may still use minimal amounts of salt and Kerrygold with the potatoes or veggies, and that's about it. So I'm going to maintain some variety with the different cuts of meat and small selection of veggies. I also plan to have homemade bone broth each day either in a soup/stew or just a mug of it for breakfast. I'm going to track everything in Cron-o-meter again (got a little burned out doing that every single day before) and try to keep my intake around 1500-1700 calories per day. The only supplement I plan to keep taking for the month is 5000 IU of D3.
Beginning on November 1st, I went from 255 pounds down to 190 in a little over six months on diet alone, but have since added in pull ups, push ups, dips and a bit of jogging/sprinting which has me back in the 195-196 range for the last 6 weeks. I can see a noticeable difference in muscle mass and have gone from not being able to do one pull up to being able to do five already. I've found my obliques (they never knew they were supposed to be real muscles apparently) and I'm feeling good, but I still feel "flabby" around the lower middle and in a few other places. I am eating a lot more since I started the exercise, so I'm thinking about cutting it back again in July to help give myself a chance to heal up and lean out a bit more with what I've got so far.
Hopefully this will help reign my appetite back in a bit and get me moving closer to my goal of around 175-180 lbs. I'm 5'11" and the charts put me anywhere between 140 and 190, so somewhere between the midpoint and high end seems reasonable. I don't want to be skinny, but I could easily stand to lose another 15-20 pounds I think.
Perhaps some of these ideas might help you with your own plans. Good luck!