Get rid of the ridiculous four-receiver and two-back sets and stick to the flex-bone triple option. Doing this necessitates having a QB with a little bit of speed, i.e. NOT Carson Williams. He needs to change positions, because his skill set at QB isn't part of where we need to go.
Now I understand that you want to have "flexibility" in your play calling, but when you change sets as you have, you telegraph your play calling and destroy the whole purpose of running triple option in the first place, which is to loosen up a defense and create openings at the perimeter and down the field for big plays by giving opponents the SAME look every time and pounding them with the fullback dive and QB keeper. The part option, part pro-style, part West Coast "Brock-bone" isn't a system that creates offensive rhythm and opens up defenses; it's a disjointed mess that allows defenses to get inside your huddle. Fix it.