There were some other problems with the warrior book:
1) On page 11 of the PHB, under racial ability adjustments, it says "If these changes put your score above 18 or below 3, that's ok, except in the case of Intelligence, which does not go below 3". Yet in your book on p. 10, in the sidebar "How much Orc is too much?" you state falsely that a character's ability scores cannot fall below 3 during character generation. Contrary to what you state, an orc could begin the game with a score of 1 in Wisdom or Charisma or both.
2) Multi-Classed rules on p. 60 of the phb state that a multiclass character takes a -20% penalty to XP for each class that is not within one level of his or her highest-level class (favored classes excepted). Yet your book on p. 26, has allegedly perfect characters suffer this penalty with multi-classed heavy infantry, who would gain a penalty for levels 10-11 if human or half-elf, or 10-12 if a dwarf. The penalty is also suffered for multi-classed light infantry on p. 27 for levels 13-14, and for multi-classed skirmisher on p. 28 for levels 10, 13, 15-20 (you seem to be under the false belief that if levels are kept "in a line" (i.e. 1st/2nd/3rd/4th/5th) there is no penalty, but the rules clearly state that there is a penalty in such cases, since only comparison with the highest level class that is not a favored class is considered, thus mandating a penalty).
3) In your equipment chapter you ignore simple weapons. This is a mistake. The Javelin is a simple weapon but is hands down the best thrown weapon in the game, because of its superior range increment (you give the title of best thrown range increment to the light hammer -- this is false). The javelin is also one of the throwable weapons allowed to monks. Given the Far Shot feat, an Archer or Skirmisher has a range increment of 60', which is quite respectable. If you think that all or even most battles will be fought within 20' you are mistaken. Given that you give the fighter heavy infantry feat list on p. 58 weapon focus and specialization in spear specifically for missle weapon capabilities, this is an error for a power-gamer's book. And let us not forget that there is a specific magic weapon called "javelins of lightning".
Other than that, I have mostly enjoyed the book. But I am afraid that I cannot call you true power gamers . . . yet.
With respect to the above problems with the optimal power attack table, are you going to release an fixed version of that table? Or a web enhancement with optimal scores for warriors with 1 iterative attack, 2 iterative attacks, 3 iterative attacks, or 4 iterative attacks?