There are also many other options to consider. The most important thing though is to have your diet and training in check, i.e. know you're maintenance calories and have a workout schedule. If that's done, there's a few other things that can help you on your way.
Fatburners like can help you with the fat loss, and there are other products out there that have been used successfully for recomp that you are trying to achieve. One example is USP Labs' which helps your body uptake the carbs more efficiently. You can look at their writeup for more info on that.
So in short, Drive + RPM can work, but diet and training are #1.