FYI, comrade, there's a lot of strategic compatibility between Socialist Industrial Unionism, "Erfurtism," and Old Bolshevism. Where this really counts is distinguishing between DeLeon's organizational take on maximalism and the World Socialist Movement's more crudely educational one.
Comrade Miles also wrote of DeLeon's contributions. At one time comrade Cockshott was very inspired by DeLeon and Bordiga at the same time as Mao.
A mixture of the pareconist view with Bordiga's critique re. generalized commodity production, but not going so far as to declare "State Capitalist!" (the Soviet Union per se under Stalin and his successors, not most of the so-called People's Democracies)