You managed to couch that in very gently yes there is heaps of room to improve pacing. Point taken! And is being worked on in parallel to the indoor training.
I accept that pacing could provide much more improvement than switching plans, but I’m also interested in the plan aspect, where anaerobic isn’t trained at all.
Is it a dirty little secret that this energy system is too hard to train on a rigid, stationary bike? That training anaerobic drains you disproportionately to the benefits that it provides? That it’s more effective to “lift the floor”of FTP instead, moving efforts down into a lower, more sustainable energy system per comment by @dhaines83?
I didn’t want to answer my own question but I am interested. Most people’s progression levels seem to be stuck at 1.0 for anaerobic and sprint. Effectively these can be disregarded for the 10k people on the AT beta especially as outdoors rides aren’t being counted in PL.