Totally! I guess I overlooked your SNA in the original post.
I read that and found it absolutely fascinating.
Something to consider and please take it with a grain of salt but... I spoke with a commercial cider maker in my state a few weeks ago at a dinner and he says he doesn't stagger nutrients just adds them in all at once.
Myself I've been doing the staggered with the three declining nutrient additions. I'd had thoughts of staggering then awhile ago and then I ran into this article and it won me over. As far as I can tell it can't hurt and may possibly help. I know Fermaid K has nitrogen in it but I've also been adding a small amount of DAP if I get any signs of sulfur smells and it knocks it right out in the matter of a day or so.
If you don't mind me asking, what yeast are you using?
About the press my 2009 cider varieties.
30 gallons of farmhouse apples from Fruitland Washington.
08' Kingston Black Cider 08' Yarlington Mill Cider 08' Gravenstein Cider 08' Graveyard Blend Cider