For ease of reference this is what we have given our domains and OS/ MC problem of Inaction
Concern: The Present
Concern: Gathering Information
In my post earlier, I had Watson's Symptom/ Response backward. I think it's Start/Stop that determines the orientation of that.
Looking over this, what really jumps out at me is that OS Symptom/ Response being Re-evaluation/ Evaluation seems totally backward. Wouldn't this mean the efforts in the OS are directed at going back to first conclusions because they see issues with their subsequent analysis. I'm not sure if that's the right way to think about it; I find comparing those elements to be somewhat mind-bending. Certainly, the story seems to be moving in the opposite direction, seeking out Sherlock's new interpretations because initial assessments aren't yielding results and are incorrect.
Is it possible we have the Domains of the OS and RS reversed?
Fixed Attitude/ Mind in the OS would be illustrated by the police's early insistence that these must be related suicides, which the press finds unbelievable, but when the press suggests that these might instead be murders, the police shoot that down. Plus, you have Sherlock texting "Wrong!" over and over, which seems pretty Fixed Attitude. You have some of the police feeling really strongly about Sherlock not being part of the investigation, Sherlock feeling strongly that everyone else is an idiot. There's the argument between Sherlock and Cabbie over the nature of his game... "It's a 50/50 chance." "I've won four times." Plus, the issues under Contemplation--Investigation, Doubt, Appraisal, Reappraisal are seen everywhere in the story--not just in the relationship.
The RS in Situation would be that they're flat-mates (or soon to be). I can see where a lot of their relationship is based on their physical proximity to each other. The running gag about the perception they're in a romantic relationship even seems to fit well in Situation.
I also think, at first glance, the Solution quads look better, but I'll let everyone consider it before I run too far down a rabbit hole.