Works extremely well. Never felt burned out or bored. Every week the weights increased. I can not recommend enough that you take care of your tendons as they will get beat up with the rapid increase in strength.
I will run the layer system again, after a deload, for 5 Weeks focusing again on the Bench Press and now Low Bar Squat. Modifications will be made to offset accommodation. I will post the results again.
The same program was ran as posted up above with the replacement of High Bar Squats and Larsen Press with Low Bar Squat and Floor Press.
Max Lifts after Deload
Low Bar Squat 525×1
Pause Bench Press 395×1 Failed 405×1
Conventional Deadlift 545×1
The program was run for 16 weeks and, looking back, that was a mistake. After 8 weeks, the effectiveness of the program declined despite changes in exercises and parameters. 90%+ of strength gains were made in the first half and very little strength was gained in the last half. Nagging pains in the wrist and elbows began to arise, nothing serious, but could have been avoided.
If you want to build strength very rapidly, run the layer system for 4-8 weeks. (erring on the lower end) Past that point, the law of diminishing returns quickly sets in and risk of injury becomes too high to justify the reward.