Okay, I've been waiting to share this story for a while. This is how I happened upon The Princess Bride storyform...
I was lying awake in bed one morning, for some reason started thinking of Princess Bride. (I can't remember why, probably thinking about Dramatica and how a great narrative makes you want to experience it over and over, and Princess Bride was one of the 3 most re-watched films in my house growing up along with Star Wars and Dirty Dancing.)
Anyway, I was thinking OS was probably Manipulation because of Humperdink's plot being the main source of trouble, but hadn't thought about OS Concern yet. Then I was thinking, Buttercup had to be a Be-er, putting Westley in Situation. That seemed a bit weird -- although he's in plenty of bad situations, it was missing an overarching one -- until I realized he was stuck away from his true love. Perfect. Contemplation seemed to fit Buttercup really well, so I thought "hmm does The Present fit Westley?"; it definitely did. Then suddenly I realized that put the OS in Conceiving, and I was like Inconceivable! and jumped out of bed, ran to my computer and checked the Dramatica site, as I thought it was already analyzed. When I saw it wasn't, I tried for the full storyform.
Up until that point I'd found analyzing down to a full storyform very tricky, I'd always get stuck somehwere, but this one I got in about 5 or 10 minutes. I went down one wrong path with Issues, but as soon as I realized how well Doubt fit Buttercup I got it!
I'll post later about the understanding and even joy I got out of doing the analysis, and what my favorite parts are. I felt like I was mind-melding with William Goldman which is a great feeling for an aspiring writer!
Thanks again to Jim @jhull for mentoring me to the point where I could manage it. Also to Brant @LunarDynasty whose guidance in the A Man For All Seasons analysis helped me grok those Concerns (same Domain/Concern arrangement as Princess Bride, BTW).