I guess what I'm really talking about in the above post is a general set of universal application principles. We have the universal principles of consciousness, but there's a lot of grey area when it comes to application.
E.g. Why are there so many different ways to apply things? Surely there must be something that isn't quite as universal as truth, love, and power, yet still universal enough so that it applies to most people, or at least, the different types of people (like the talent themes do).
Sort of a middle ground between truth, love, and power, and specific application.
That's probably something Steve could write about in a year, since it'd probably draw on quite a lot of his notes and research into the principles--perhaps some things he discarded because they weren't fundamental enough (which is ideal, since here we're not looking for core fundamentals; we have those)--as well as his experience with personal development.
So I guess my suggestion is "a more granular truth, love, and power model." Or something.
Gallup, the people who designed StrengthsFinder, say that there could be more granular talent themes for people if they wanted there to be, but they thought that the more general versions did the job. In their case, I think they could go deeper so they hit on the fundamentals. There's be more talent themes then, but they'd be more fundamental and easier to spot.
In Steve's case, I think he could go less fundamental and, as I say, more granular. Sort of like the primary and secondary principles of the aspects, and maybe even an explanation of the aspects of them (i.e. Truth is a primary principle. Prediction is an aspect. What are the aspects of prediction? You could stop there, or you could ask "what are the aspects of the aspects of prediction?" Etc.) (Although you don't have to be limited by just breaking the aspects of the principles down to a more granular level; I think that's just one way to express this more general idea.)
To be honest, all the other topics kind of seem unworthy of Steve. Other people can write about them. What's the one thing that only Steve is uniquely qualified to write about given his experience and the opportunities to available to him?
That's the kind of book I'd like to see from Steve, not just an extended version of things he's already covered in his blog (there's room for that, but perhaps not now, and perhaps in a different format. I get the feeling a book on polarity or subjective reality--the harder topics on Steve's list--would still confuse a heck of a lot of people. Audio or video content may be a better medium).
Something unique, original, and insightful. A worthy predecessor to PDSP. Perhaps that may take some time. Steve will have to be the one to decide when the right time is.