Thanks man, you too!
But yea, I mean I love lifting weights and I always will, but it's becoming a lesser part of the overall plan. When you're 20 you can abuse yourself in all sorts of ways, but now I have to be conscientious of how I allocate my resources. And when you're boxing and running and hiking and working, two heavy-ass, full-body lifting sessions (a la 5/3/1) are just too damn much.
And the applicability has come into play also ... squatting and benching is great and all, but when I was clinging to the side of a mountain in Acadia, looking for footholds on boulders while keeping a white-knuckle grip on the metal bars bolted into the rock so I didn't - well, fall and die - that gym work didn't really pay off. What paid off was the grip work, the constant pullups, and the MovNat stuff I've been doing that improved not only my relative strength, but my balance and stability as well.
Combine all that with the elimination of a few persistent aches and pains since I've started - particularly in my knee and feet - and that's all the proof I need.
I will look into the gymnastics work you're recommending to Idaho, sounds like interesting stuff.