Well, regardless of what they are called, I found the chart. My squats and dead lifts are at level III ("intermediate"), while the rest of my exercises are at level II ("novice"). Out of proportion, but considering my back issues it's not something I want to worry about too much. I've been training on this program for about 7 months, so it's still expected that I'd be at level II. This isn't my first time lifting; I've done some split body work before, as well as compound. I've been sort of an off-and-on lifter up to now, and switched up programs every 6 months or so. At this point I'd like to stick with what I'm doing. As long as I continue to see some progress, I plan to keep at it with SL, at least until I get to the point where I'm stalling on 1x5. I'm not sure where I'll go after that - Madcow, Wendler? Any suggestions?
The big difference with Starting Strength seems to be the inclusion of cleans instead of rows. Should I try inserting some power cleans at some point? I know I'll be behind on these relative to the rest of my exercises, but will I be overtraining if I put in a group of 3x5 cleans starting with low weight on day B (dead lifts day)?
Man, I'm looking at the calorie counts that some people recommend; I don't know how anyone can eat that much! Seems pretty expensive too. I'm going to try amping up my intake a bit.
Thanks for the responses so far.