I drafted a basic tee block intended for a stretchy fabric, then changed the neckline, waist shaping, hem length, and sleeves. One thing I didn't do was fit the shoulders to match my normal forward shoulder alteration. I will defnitely make that alteration to my bodice blocks from now on. You can't see it too well, but the shoulder seam falls behind the actual shoulder line, which is curved slightly forward. And the ball (big knob) of the shoulder is jutting against the front of the sleeve. So, the alteration re-angles the seamline, rotates the sleeve cap forward, and alters the armscye to match the sleeve.
I can't remember where I first saw this book, but I've seen two sewists (Everything Just Sew and Bean Girl) put it to use in inspiring ways. Metric Pattern Cutting for Women's Wear is a meticulously detailed book with exellent diagrams. It's a bit terse in explanation and instructions, but I think the drawings make up for any lack of wordiness. Some day, when I've used the book more, I'll give a fuller review.