Being somewhat outside the standard norm in terms of size
I tend to regard adjustable stocks as one of the best things ever to happen to my shooting career. My level of performance, and not coincidentally, enjoyment went up dramatically when I discovered you could actually make the gun fit you, vs. the other way around!
I got bit rather hard (literally) by this a couple years ago... long story made short, I'd had to do some emergency scope re-mounting, and had only shot it from a bench before heading off to Raton. Got there and found out that both the LOP and the cheekpiece height were way, way off. Small town hardware/hunting store (not entirely kidding there) had one of the foam stock spacer kits from Bear Claw. Used the spacers and a liberal application of duct tape to make a 1" 'recoil pad' and boost the cheekpiece ~3/4". Got a lot of laughs and snickers, especially as the damn pad was soft enough that it'd compress under recoil and the scope would whack me in the face every few shots. Worked pretty well, though.
After getting back, I put a 1" limbsaver slip-on recoil pad on the gun (to extend the LOP more than for the recoil), and added a kydex saddle cheekpiece from Karsten's Custom Camo. Similar to Shawn's design, but a little quicker to adjust (no allen wrench). I'd used these before on a couple stocks, and I still say they are the best $50 I've ever spent on gun parts
The one point in the article that I disagree with is having the cheekpiece completely level. Maybe it's just me and my weird physiology, but if you feel your cheekbone, it makes sort of an inverted shelf. When your head is tipped forward, as it is when shooting prone, so is that 'shelf'. A cheekpiece that fits to that slight angle is more comfortable (for me) than one that is perfectly flat.
You can sort of see what I'm talking about in this picture
of one of my past rifles. I've seen some people with wood cheekpieces whittled and formed to fit their face in a similar manner, so I know I'm not alone, but given that most guns come with a flat cheekpiece if it's adjustable at all, I'm guessing I'm somewhat of a minority.