Hi Txchick, I second what Mel said!
I'm on BFL - it is a very easy plan to stick with. I am on a 'loose BFL' though. Something keeps happening - surgery, injuries, equipment failure, etc that keeps knocking me out of weights, but I always get back to them. I do follow the eating plan and I do more cardio than what is called for.
I work long hours, and frequently eat at my desk at work, so I wind up eating pretty boring things, but overall there isn't much I can't eat. Learning to eat 6 small meals a day has done wonders for my problem with overeating. When I do go out to dinner or have a special event come up, I don't eat nearly as much as I used to, and I can tell such a difference in how I look at food now compared to the 'old me'.
Take a look at the LWL forum (the BFL is mixed in with various plans - they all are based on basically the same principles, and the knowledge you'll gain from the experienced lifters is invaluable!) , or in General Diet Plans at some old EFL/BFL threads, and see what you think. Feel free to ask any questions!
As for me, BFL or some other related weight lifting/weight loss program is what I will need to bring my weight the rest of the way down. I have a screwed up system, and the muscle mass and revived metabolism that I am gaining by weight training is the only thing that will take me the rest of the way to goal. I can't believe it took me this long to find it, and I'll be happy to answer any questions for you as well!