I think it'd be best to start this post off by giving a little background information. I'm 21, 6' tall, about 195 lb., and fairly weak. For most of my life I've sat around and haven't done shit, which has prevented me from developing any actual strength. Needless to say I'm looking to change that (both, really).
Right now I can deadlift 230 lb, squat 150 lb, bench 125 lb, press 95 lb., clean 100 lb., do a staggering 4 band assisted close grip chin ups (average band from Jump Stretch), and have hyooge 13.5" guns. I've also got a fairly low level of hip flexor development (hence the difference between my deadlift and squat). Before anyone starts ripping in to me about how pathetic all of that is, I know. Believe me, I know.
I've been lifting on a regular basis (3x a week) for several months now and I've seen some progress on Starting Strength. I'm just wondering if I would be better served by a different program. I've been looking at WSfSB and thinking that might help me more than Starting Strength, since it has two days devoted to upper body, focuses on strength and hypertrophy, and includes unilateral leg work, which along with continuing to squat can probably help me with my hip flexor problem.
Before I make any changes, though, I wanted to come here and get the advice of more experienced lifters who could presumably give me some help.
I don't have any pictures yet, but I'll nab a camera and take a few and be sure to include a shoe for body fat % judging. I'd appreciate any help you can give me.