Your link to the second one did not work. The first one looked like a good MRP, *meal replacement) by the fact that it had a mixture of carbs and protein, and could represent a small meal. Might be something to consider because of your weight gain concerns. However, you add complexity into the issue by wanting to add size without getting fat. Those are two opposing plans. Sure, it can be done, but your weight gain is not going to be quick, and you have to toe the line when adding in calories. I see this all the time, "I want to get hyooge and ripped, and I want it tomorrow. What supps do I take?" Ain't going to happen. Ironmaiden had it right. Make sure you get "adequate: protein/carbs/fat post workout, add in some extra calories throughout the day, watch your beltline, and take it slow for your stated goals. I can't compare the two links because the 2nd didn't work, but the first choice looks to be a fairly good MRP with adequate protein, and a mix of whey and casseins. Protein isn't a magic bullet, it just provides the necessary building blocks *amino acids) for growth and repair. Piling it on beyond the necessary isn't going to speed things up, but won't hurt either.
I agree. Most people don't realize you can't add muscle mass without adding some fat as well. Increasing muscle means having excess calories and then those excess calories are stored mainly as fat and muscle (provided a good % of those calories are protein).
Best thing to do is bulk up then trim down for definition. You can add mass and stay somewhat lean, just not nearly as fast...