I think the point lillguy is making is similar to the one i tried to make above - Testosterone is best used as a systemic drug… thus steady levels over time provide the gains in size and/or strength that one may seek - not as an ergogenic aid.
This is the exact reason why halotestin has been recommended by myself and others on a number of occasions… because it is better for the goals you seek from the suspension.
Test suspension is simply Testosterone with No Ester (TNE), and the first testosterone drug synthesized but due to its extremely fast metabolism, esters were attached to the drug molecule to delay the metabolism of the depot by different times (according to ester length)… that said, all tests work by the same mechanisms and means - and it is best used as a chronic, systemic drug… both for strength or size.
There are steroids that give a kick for lifts, halotestin, cheque drops etc.
Back to lillguy’s post - you seem unable to use this advice and are insistent on using suspension for a pre-training boost (which WILL have an effect on immediate aggression and ergo a little strength, but not as efficient as regular dosing would), and i think he may have become frustrated at your stubborn ignorance of advices given.
AFAIK, susp IS used as a pre-lift drug, but ON the day of the lift, not during training before sessions as an ergogenic aid - as the results given by this form of administration are temporary and shortlived - while the effects given by regular use of the drug providing stable levels will result in gains being more permanent - as permanent as any gains can be at least.
I see your point of view - but IIRC, there are better ways to do this.