This. You can buy lean cuts that are by virtue of being lean going to contain less omega-6 overall, then add healthy oils to them while cooking. I can't afford grass-fed anything except the fat I make my tallow from!
So if you're eating grassfed beef, go for the fat with abandon. If you're eating factory farmed beef, then maybe look for leaner cuts since the fat is higher in Omega 6 than grassfed.
I have trouble calculating how many calories are in a chunk of meat, but I know I don't normally exceed about a pound of fish in a day. Feels pretty good this way, but I'm a guy and my weight is almost where I want it so I'm not in a major hurry to drop weight quickly. But the majority of my calories do, by far, come from the fats. Way more than I get from the protein. I mean, I drink a whole can of straight up coconut milk for breakfast! Fat load!
I'm still sorting through the myths about excess meat consumption, so I can't speak with any authority/reliability on whether it's bad to eat too much.
My day usually starts with 765 calories of coconut milk, most of that is MCT fat. Then lunch is various produce including avocado, lettuce, oysters and mackerel, a very fatty fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Dinner is mountain of vegetables cooked in beef tallow and coconut oil, often with a side of salmon if I did lifting or sprinting that day. I do eat carbs, as a byproduct of vegetables and my apple a day. But I rarely break 75 grams of carbs in a day, while still getting well over 2000 calories. It just looks like, from what I've read, fat is a much safer macro to rely on than protein or carbs.
Steak, eggs, potatoes - fruits, nuts, berries and forage. Coconut milk and potent herbs and spices. Tea instead of coffee now and teeny amounts of kelp daily. Let's see how this does! Not really had dairy much, and gut seems better for it.