Frankly, if you are familiar with the Starting Strength crew's material, I'd run a linear progression, i.e. the orginal Starting Strength program, and tweak it as you go, as detailed in the Practical Programming book.
I have close to 8 years of experience, mainly with 5/3/1, but this spring was the first time I had the willpower and intelligence to truly milk out everything out of the standard program. I got to a mid 400's squat, 330 bench and 500 deadlift at a bodyweight of just under 200.
If you think you can commit to eating, sleeping and getting under a heavy squat bar 3 times a week, do SS.
However, if you don't feel like you got it together enough to go through that, I'd suggest something mentally less draining, like T3hPwnisher's list (I'd recommend 5/3/1 with the FSL-protocol and bodyweight assistance). A true SS linear progression requires full attention or otherwise you will just spin your wheels, and in that case a milder progression is a smarter choice.