I'd say that even though you had everything explained correctly, it's nearly and it may even be dispassionate to consciously consider the 75 story points as you write the first draft.
Our minds are different, the story points that inspire an individual as they work on a story form differ.
For example, once I've created a story form, I get the PS report and then I work through it then I may check the throughline appreciations after going through the first draft.
In my experience, even if all you use is the psr, the throughline appreciations specific to your story points will appear.
Jim hull's process also doesn't consider all the information from the psr, Jim will usually weave in only the plot sequence for the os, and maybe the mc or rs, he tends to leave the ic sequences to his intuition.
Even if we all knew how a quad ought to be expressed, the nature of what we'd say with a quad and the order of saying it would differ.
Different minds will express the 75 story points differently and consider them subjectively as they work through actually writing and completing a narrative.
For one, I use the psr to write all kinds of material outside the realm of story and it works for me.