So we add on the power creep? Great decision.
The one THP talent which would be in need of a tone down (Cleave) stays untouched. The distinction between Cleave and Kill has been ruined with one being meant for elite killers and the other for horde killers. It is a good idea to reduce the amount of THP for monsters or bosses but the increase for something like Skaven or Chaos will lead to more swimming in THP independent from talent choice. The change for stagger are more interesting, especially the THP for enemies killed in the same hit. Also, the change for the slam adresses a bit the issues for the Fire Sword but also hurt defensive playstyles for shield careers where it is no problem. But the two profiles are linked as far as I remember.
But man, the changes for stagger. That is one insane power plus. Assassin is now not longer on just four career but on 11 careers. It doesn’t even matter much that the crit bonus has been removed. 40 % damage increase just for headshotting is large. Over half of careers got a giant buff for front damage. I am not even sure why I should chose Smiter when Assassin is available. It is 20 % on first enemy per hit versus 40 % on all headshotted enemies per hit. That is obvious as Day and Night which one should be chosen. On weapons with cleave Assassin is better because subsequent targets are getting more damage, and on single target weapons Assassin is better because these attacks are usually easier to headshot. And for no good reason Enhanced Power has been buffed to 10 %. The Bulwark buff may be reasonable, has to be tested out.
But in result, this is a huge buff and power addition for nearly all careers of probably 20 % in average instead of making clearly distinctive stagger talents. Well, on the bright side it is a slight nerf for Shade and WHC. Result will be that more careers will start feeling similar to play with the focus on front damage.
EDIT: Velsix recently made recently an actual interesting and good suggestion for the stagger talents. That is something which should be followed.