I've been thinking about this quite a bit for the past year or so myself. Some others that I'll mention are guys like Ted Arcidi said he works up to a single set of five's for the squat and dl and his pressing was frequent, a little more volume, but quite modest imo. Konstantinovs is high frequency too, but more of the same, a single set of triples and fives or 8-10's if he feels like taking it light. The Eddie Sanchez article on alternating squat one week and dl the next is a good one to read and sit and think about. One thing I will say though, is most average Joe's look at getting their volume in on the back end, drop sets, supplemental, tons of assistance etc,. The really strong lifters get a ton of volume in on their warm up sets. The same Konstantinovs article said one of his workouts took 4hrs for 3 lifts I think. Which leads me to think that they are not rushing their warm ups and treating every single lift as if it were a top set, which isn't surprising, but alot of people tend to not take 10, 20, 30%, etc too seriously, but in all honesty it's an opportunity to build the capacity to lift a bigger weight. Another article by Brandon Lilly in which he said Chuck V asked him what his rush was in working up to his work sets and said he should be taking every opportunity he got to accrue volume and quarter, plate, quarter, plate. They say success leaves clues and it's getting harder for me to not to connect the dots. I haven't been following the forums and newer articles as much lately, but the stuff that Thibs has been putting out lately for natural lifters is along the same "minimalistic" lines of thinking in one way or another and I always thought he wrote some wild shit in the past. Anyways, long story long, I'm glad I'm not the only one questioning this.