Nice guideline Driddz, but I'd have to change a couple things, especially for someone like BoneYard.
To figure out calories is actually really simple:
1g of protein = 4 kcals
1g of carbs = 4kcals
1g of fat = 9kcals
So to monitor calories, you must monitor the macronutrients you take in (protein, carbs and fats). With those totals, multiply each nutrient by what I've listed above.
I'd love to spew out diets dude, but I strongly condemn spoon-feeding information. Especially if someone like you can figure it out, but needs someone to point you in the right decision; which is my goal. Calories during a bulk should be presumably from carbs, not protein. Protein should be at 1g/lb of bodyweight or less in order to remain in a positive nitrogen balance.
...hope this helps!