... May I ask about the steps you took to achieve that look?...
Unfortunately, I already deleted the file from my Lightroom 3.6 (after all, it is Scott's copyright), so can not now check the exact steps I took, but basically, for the look like that I would typically increase the contrast by pushing Fill Light and Blacks sliders all the way to the end, and then perhaps back off a little, to taste. Other sliders, like Recovery, Contrast, and Clarity might as well be used in the same way, i.e., pushed initially to the extreme and then backed off to taste.
I used global desaturation (actually a combination of Vibrance and Saturation reduction). I also used post-crop vignetting, and that brought back some saturation in the corners (if one is to avoid that, then a trip to Photoshop layers, in the Luminosity mode, would be necessary).
I believe I also used some color adjustments in the HSL panel, namely changing hues for oranges and aquas/blues, again to taste. I think I moved oranges more toward yellow and away from red, and blues more toward purple, away from cyan.