Dude, I'm cool with "looking like a powerlifter" (way to go insulting a whole forum of people bigger and stronger than you, btw). The fact is, 10%, 20%, 50% fat, wherever I go, literally, the conversation turns to asking me how much I lift (without my prompting). Incidentally, you have no idea what my BF is or could be (not that it really matters).
I'm not a "powerlifter" and I'm not a "bodybuilder". I lift weights and in clothes I look like I lift weights.
Whether "400 lbs for a 265 lb guy" is impressive or not is irrelevant. What's relevant is that what I'm doing in the gym is working- and it ain't worrying about minutiae (and what Internet warriors think of my physique).
When's the last time you attracted spectators with your lifts in a gym? While that may seem conceited an d indulgent, it's not. I'm still a long way from where I want to be, but what it is is an indicator that I'm making real, noticeable progress. It's an indicator that I'm starting to stand out, because that's what strangers (like real people in person standing next to me, not iWarriors) tell me, increasingly more often.
I don't consider myself 'amongst the biggest and strongest', yet, I still stand out in the gyms I go to regularly across the country.
Tell you what- you keep worrying about minutiae like "TUT" and "RP" and bodyfat percentage numbers. I'll keep getting stronger.
Good luck, brah!