I made the guide to guide novice and experts alike, and to guide them towards learning. I don't want to just list out random values and someone just puts them in. I want them to learn to overclock because is there a point to doing something without knowing what you're actually doing? This is why I appreciate Totally Dubbed's contribution to this thread because he doesn't just list out random values for someone to follow, he leads them a certain route and they figure it out themselves.
For the most part, I will help you, but I'd prefer to help someone who's tried the obvious routes himself. If the guide is overwhelming, remember, overclocking isn't meant to be rushed. Take your time, if it takes you a week to completely understand the basics of the guide and overclocking, then it takes you a week. Don't rush it, just absorb the material and apply it slowly. Once you get the hang of it, it'll be easier for everyone. If you hit a wall like you don't know why you keep crashing when you've done everything or looked at the BSOD codes, then ask away. There are a lot of people knowledgeable in overclocking that can help you in this thread and in this entire site.