Hey everyone, S&S 2.0 has just been published on kindle: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZQKWMKR/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_6kxUDbFN1M3E2 I have had a quick read. First of all: Congrats @Anna C and @Pavel Macek , you deserve it A couple of notes on the changes--while trying not to give away too much. The book has been revised very thoroughly and there a changes to almost every chapter as far as I can see. S&S 2.0 is much more clear on the talk test and prescribes a more patient approach. Further, the suggested progression is much more detailed - and yet really simple. It is still an oldschool template without waviness - but 2H swings get way more exposure. And rest-pause is introduced. Pretty cool! There a couple of finer technique points added. The timed tests are introduced differently. There are no special plans to get to sinister - so following @Pavel Macek 's log is still a great idea. ;-) 8kg jumps for gents are highly encouraged - and the recommended starting weight for swings has been lowered for men. All in all it is very true to S&S 1.0. In some cases it is just more clear (don't do timed sessions every day) and in some cases there are some new adaptations (dont't even test before you achieve Timeless Simple). I think the revision was a successfull endeavour. A lot of the info will not come as a surprise to those who have been following this forum or the articles on S&S - like the central roll of the talk test. But it is nice to see it introduced more strongly in the book itself. And I don't mind spending an extra 10 bucks on it. Imagine trying to find a personal trainer writing a customized program for you - it will hardly be any better and cost a lot more. S&S 2.0 will deliver. Personally it comes in timely and I will use it from now on. I hope I could do the book justice and haven't spoilered too much while answering some of the more likely questions.