I agree with the Bill Starr suggestion. His basic template from The Strongest Shall Survive is almost just what you're looking for.
Heavy/Light/Medium, 3 days a week, 5x5. I used the overhead press, power clean and front squat. This setup worked great for me coming off of a more "traditional" split that included bench press, squat, deadlift and more benching.
On the Heavy day, I worked up to a 5 rep max. Then I usually tried a few push presses or push jerks after military presses. And a couple sets of shruggs or rack pulls after cleans.
On my light day I used 80% of heavy day's weight for my 5 work sets of 5, and tried to get through them with as little rest as possible.
On medium day I used 90% of heavy day's weight for 5x5. This was always a tough workout.
For assistance I did some close grip bench presses, chins and all kinds or rows.
There are probably a few things wrong with this plan, but it worked great for me. I think the key was the switch from PL, or BB type lifts and schedule into the "Olympic inspired" routine.