I knew Jim would have a spot-on article addressing this somewhere, I couldn't find it. Thanks for the link; I'm digesting it now.
As for the rest -- you're very perceptive. I did indeed map it out so that the MC was the Antag in the OS Story. I didn't mention it in my original post, cuz I thought it complicated things unduly.
For the Storyform itself -- like most of us, it is around version 50 and I quite like the appreciations it provides and the SIgn Posts for all the domains are pretty much line up exactly as I had imagined the story would unfold.
The tone of the story is realistic comedy with a streak of broad farce I try to make seem realistic. It's upbeat and light-hearted.
I have a female MC whose backstory has her on a lucrative career path in the financial sector. She discovers she was a trophy-hire recruited for her PR value. With no real control, she's manipulated by the "ol' boy" network at work, sexually harassed, and ultimately kicked to the curb when she lashes out. At the start of the story proper -- she is struggling to get back on her feet, maintain her independence, vowing to never be under that sort of domination again, starting to get finally somewhere ... and is waylaid by an unscrupulous businessman and recruited to affect a scheme of his. The techniques he uses to dominate and exploit her mirror her earlier experiences.
I had toyed with other problems. UNENDING/ENDING seemed natural. She feels caught in a loop; repeating the same basic situation with different players. What Freud called "Repetition-Compulsion". But none of the appreciations were even close to what I was angling for.
Then I though maybe INEQUITY/EQUITY. This got me much closer. But the problems she causes for herself are not simply due to generic "unfairness". The problems were her reaction to the unfairness. Lashing out impotently instead of focusing on a more productive response, perhaps.
So I settled on UNCONTROLLED/CONTROL.