As you know, 5/3/1 has quite a following in the military/LE/Fire/EMS etc communities.
The simplicity of the basics makes it so anybody can tailor it to their needs.
Still i believe your input would be most beneficial in a discussion about training for the above mentioned jobs (military and police/EMS are totally different training worlds).
So the question is: have you ever considered writing something up about it?
I am a police sergeant in Europe and use 5/3/1 for about 9 to 10 months of the year, 24th cycle now.
Main pro's for 5/3/1:
never to tired to do at least the Jack Shit.
If i train before a shift i'm still fresh enough to handle whatever comes up.
I can plan the assistance work depending on what sort of work/weather/training etc is coming up.
Being big and strong prevents more stuff then being able to run can get you out of.
And yes, sprinting and squats make a footpursuit a lot easier, as the first 25 yards are the ones that really count.
And many smaller things.
Thank you for an excellent training program which, for me personally, has helped me get out of some pretty shitty situations in one piece.