I'm wondering how "adjustment friendly" the program is. Not because I want to tweak, but because I see mentions of box squats (nothing to sit back on in the gym, not that'll fit in the rack), pull-throughs and other cable work (no cables), and so on. I'm willing to make every effort to try a program and stick to it. But it's really hard to find a "cookie cutter" program that'll actually fit my gym. It's not well-equipped, my schedule isn't anywhere near flexible enough to do 4 days a week lifting unless I basically stop doing any MMA training.
That's partly why I like tight workout frameworks with lots of exercise choices, because I'll be damned if I can't get strong with just a rack, flat bench, a few dumbells and a couple barbells!
Maybe I should register over on JP Fitness and ask in that thread.
(Editing later - nevermind. Eric Cressey had some suggestions for swapping in replacements on his blog. So I guess it doesn't offer too many alternatives, but the program isn't "do this or you're not going to get results." http://ericcressey.blogspot.com/2008/05 ... round.html