I guess I should add that I don't feel his numbers are particularly useful in determining if this is a good program for powerlifting either, lol. I didn't look at his numbers when I answered his question.
As for Chris's response, I largely disagree, in that I think this program can make a person substantially better at the big 3 lifts. It involves them heavily, and the accessory work is that of a bodybuilder. This is largely how I train, when I do use accessory work at all. I train the competition lifts heavy, and I train all other movements as a bodybuilder would. This is pretty popular among powerlifters these days. At the end of the day, Hypertrophy is king, and massive delts, biceps, triceps, and back will all contribute to bigger lifts.