If you are at an ideal weight, don't worry about the fat intake *unless* you start gaining weight or something.
If Taubes and the Dr.s Eades are correct, you can pretty much consume as much fat as you need to feel satiated with no worries about gaining weight. That is, of course, as long as your carbs are sufficiently low. Too many carbs plus too much fat will cause you to gain for sure.
I say, eat as much fat as you need/want, and keep the carbs low. In other words, if you have a normal (not screwed up, lol) metabolism, and you are at an ideal weight, then what counts is the carbs, and not the fat. Don't worry about the total calories, worry about the total carbs. Do that for a while, and then watch how your body responds.