I really liked it. It's fairly intuitive, and it includes things that are very familiar to the conjugate system.
One of the concepts brought up in the book is to differentiate between "building" and "testing" lifts. Often times we let our ego drive us to chase new numbers in the gym, sometimes at the expense of technique (and consequently ingraining bad movement patterns), and sometimes we miss the lift. Brandon wants us to be purposeful and productive in the gym. We execute all our lifts correctly, and we always hit our lifts in the gym. What we do in the gym is just practice and training for what we'll do on the platform.
On this subject, he also wants us to relearn to appreciate other rep max records, often advocating for attempting 3RM and 5RM attempts in place of 1RM records. There's a lot of emphasis on submaximal training, on greasing the groove (for instance, when you squat you free squat like you would in competition), and working levers at all points on the lift (as opposed to restricted ROM movements).
It is definitely a good read. I am comfortable with my programming right now, though I am trying to adapt it to try to bring up my deadlift. But I can see myself testing this method in the future.