Ryan, a B-Squat is one that Bryce Lane writes about. It's a squat, front, back, overhead, with DB's either down or on shoulders. It describe the stance. It's semi-staggered. I have arthritc and other issues in my right hip, and it's the only way I can squat these days without killing my hip and lower back, though still not to what I used to. Here's the link with descriptions and pix.
I've been using this stance for over 6 years now, long before Bryce wrote about it. Probably because when I started out, in the early 60's, splitting was the progression from the power clean, and I know it well. My right leg is now and inch and a half shorter now than my left, and even with correcive shoes, it started putting undue pressure on my right hip and lower back, and staggered is good for me. Besides that, early on, when we jerked out of the racks, it "felt" natural.