I'm sure Fabio will reply, but I will offer you my opinion:@Fabio Zonin - finished going through this. It looks great! That spreadsheet makes all that calculating from Simple Strength For Difficult Times 2 super simple. A question - is there a reason that the press is never a clean and press? I've noticed that you don't typically list that in either Simple Strengths for Difficult Times or in this.
The clean and press (and, for that matter, the clean and jerk) are movements that spread the load out across a lot of the body, while just pressing keeps the focus on the muscles used in pressing. It follows that adding a clean before each press will likely make your presses stronger but also take away from the hypertrophy focus on the pressing muscles. Clean + press/pushpress/jerk is, OTOH, well suited to a weight-class athlete looking to build strength or strength-endurance without needing to move up a weight class.
Me thinking, thinks it's to keep more tension on the muscle longer.
I believe you're thinking about this correctly.