Ah. Well, that's my style of play. I grew up on OD&D and the entire notion of being given a vague outline and fleshing it out on-the-fly comes naturally for me. Also, I figured that most people interested in TOS OD&D would have a solid background in TOS and that I wouldn't have to explain things much....
Marv [Finarvyn] Discovered Star Trek TOS back in 1973 OD&D since 1975, C&C since 2003, DCC RPG in 2011
"You know, going back in time, changing history... that's cheating." - James T. Kirk (ST:XI)
If you've ever looked at the three little books of OD&D you'd know that "not well enough explained to make the tabular data useful" is a defining trait of the product. :-P
I'm just finding my OD&D love. I've been a Mentzer DM all along. My vision surely differs from yours, but I'm open to learning. Having looked yours over it definitely feels like it is missing something. We had discussion of "spells" as a limited use of equipment per role. I expected to see that in your draft.