Okay, look, the proper usage of “Name and I” versus “me and Name” or “myself and Name” is not that difficult. Every time I see an author, aspiring, self-published, or otherwise published, use “Name and I” inappropriately, I cross that writer off my list of potential authors-to-try. Because if they can’t figure that out, what other grammar butchery will I encounter in their writing?
Yes, it sounds more formal and “correct” than “me and Name” but that’s not the point and sounding correct isn’t the same as being the correct usage. That’s called hyper-correction, I believe. They are different parts of speech, and the usage is not a function of being or sounding more formal.