Good plan. Let us know how it goes with the pumpkin seed oil. It is important to take oil with the CoQ10, or your body can't utilize it. I think Hulda Clark
highly recommends ozonated olive oil.
Newport says that some CoQ10 is better than others, you might want to ask him where he gets his. On the other hand, I went to a seminar in Utah at the Solaray factory, when I was managing a vitamin store. They said there is only one source of CoQ10, world wide. Everybody gets it from Japan, if I remember correctly.
So unless there is wide spread cutting going on, CoQ 10 is CoQ10. Most purveyors of vitamins are pretty ethical with regard to purity, as they want repeat business, and products that don't work, don't sell.
You can probably tell by the color and price. It should be bright yellow and expensive. It if is, you've more than likely got the pure stuff.