Looks pretty good. Try it for awhile and measure your progress. If your fat loss slows, you will have to change some things up.
And I won't resist saying this (imagine a nagging parent-type voice): There are better carbohydrates to choose from than Cheerios (highly processed) - - -but then again, there are a lot of carbohydrates that are much worse than Cheerios. The more you choose your carbs from whole grains, legumes, fruits, and vegies, the better off you are.
The thing that is likely to bite you first is your selected calorie level as it may be too low for your age, height, weight, and activity level. This is very possible, especially if your weight training and cardio work are intense. Calorie deficits tell the body to slow down and change up some enzymes (more fat storing less fat burning)so that "this time of famine" can be gotten through without too much damage. The larger the calorie deficit, the more your body fights to be a fat horder instead of a fat burner. Here is one trick that works for some people (I haven't tried it): Do your exercise and calorie count as planned but for one day each week, eat about 2500 calories.