Speaking of which: one of Jim's great litmus tests is the method of subtraction. If you take away the problematic domain, will your story still be at unrest, or will it revert to inertia?
So if you want to nail down where your Superhero OS lies, test it by removing suspected domains from the story, i.e. if the cast ceased their problematic ways of thinking, will the conflict be over? Or will it be over if problematic activities (like fighting and destroying) stopped?
Consider Lord of the Flies. None of the issues the boys face would even exist if they were not stuck on the island; they wouldn't be dealing with proto-civilization problems if they were still at home (thus OS Situation)
Here you have to think in terms of inertia vs change, rather than happy vs unfulfilled, as well as be honest with yourself and your story. Your goal might be to create a superhero story focused on Psychology problems, but make sure you take a hard look at the Activities in your story and ask, "if these went away, would the story essentially be over?" If the answer's yes, then you have some tweaking to do.