I dunno whether this counts as right, left, up, down, or what... I'm less concerned with conforming to someone else's idea of "Paleo" than I am with running my body on the stuff it likes best. That said, I guess I'd say I'm mostly in PaNu territory. I'm not big on dairy, but I do eat butter and occasional cheeses. About 80% of my meat and poultry is grass-finished or pastured; I expect that to be 100% within a few months. When I eat nuts they're pistachios or cashews and they're a treat, not a staple.
Produce... I'm more likely to eat berries or a clementine or an apple occasionally than I am to pig out on vegetables, but I like greens/tomato/olive salads with olive oil and balsamic vinegar and eat them occasionally, and every now and then I have a few french fries (homemade by me using good fats). I don't worry about incidental sugars -- a teaspoon of sugar in a marinade or stir-fry sauce, like that -- but I don't eat anything a normal SAD-eating person would think of as "sweet". I personally cook almost everything I eat.
I eat no gluten at all, ever; no soy products of any kind unless fermented (and those only as condiments), no canola oil, almost no corn oil. I love rice but eat it only occasionally, and in small quantities; and no corn except fresh, local, on the cob and in season or an occasional bit of cornstarch in a sauce. My calories tend to run roughly 65/25/10 F/P/C on average. There's a little peanut and sesame oil in there but almost all of the fat is animal, olive, or coconut. Bacon grease is a beautiful thing.
I also take a bunch of supplements, but 40 years of undiagnosed celiac gave my body some interesting damage from the oh-shit side of the autoimmune-disease spectrum, so that's a place where your mileage will almost certainly vary. I do believe that D3 and K2 are a good idea for pretty much everybody, though.