3. Which regimen will still let me live my life?
The greatest combination of medications the world has to offer isn't worth much unless it makes it down your gullet as prescribed, every day. It can be hard enough to start taking daily medications, let alone have to make radical changes to your daily routine for them.
Before you say yes to a twice-daily regimen that requires food, even though you chronically skip breakfast and eat dinner whenever you can grab it, talk to your doctor about other options -- or at least be realistic about whether you can commit to changing your routine. The point of going on treatment is, after all, to stay healthy so you can get on with life without HIV bothering you.
Choosing a regimen that becomes the focus of your life is the wrong direction. It probably isn't realistic and it surely isn't necessary. Be honest about what you are willing (and not willing) to do, choose a regimen that lines up with that, and then take your meds as close to perfectly as you can.