Some people don't like having to alter the slide to install a long guide rod.
For that, an excellent system to allow using a standard recoil spring and barrel bushing is the Clark Custom reverse plug....
This requires no modifications to the gun, and eliminates any chance of the tab on the recoil spring plug from breaking.
There was at least some history of the stock plug shearing off the lug and shooting the recoil spring and plug out.
This wasn't as prevalent as the internet would have you believe but it did happen.
If the Wilson unit required modifying the slide, then you can simply find a reverse plug without the hole and use a standard recoil spring and short Officer's recoil spring guide.
In fact, other then the hole in the plug looking odd you could just use the plug you have.
You do need to determine if the slide was modified for the Wilson plug.
Installation of most reverse plugs required filing off some metal from the rear of the slide's recoil spring tunnel.
If the slide's been altered for the Wilson plug, the Clark plug may not fit and can't be used without modifying it, probably by shortening the Clark lug that fits the slot in the slide tunnel.
There are reverse plugs made without a guide rod hole. I think Brownell's sell these, and so does Fusion Firearms.....
Wilson has an excellent reputation for their aftermarket accessory parts so I'd assume the Wilson guide rod Officer's system is good to go.
The actual question is how YOUR specific Officer's Model functions, and that's simply a matter of verifying reliability by shooting what you consider enough of the actual ammo you intend to use in it to verify reliability.
If that's 100 rounds then shoot 100 rounds through a clean gun and magazines to verify that there's no problem with reliable operation.
If it's reliable you don't really need to change anything unless you just want to go back to the original system.
To change back the the original Colt factory spring set up, the double Colt factory recoil springs are usually replaced with one spring that equals the factory two spring set up.
Wolff Gun Springs sells single Officer's springs in various strengths.
The two Colt springs equaled 22 pounds so you'd buy a single 22 pound Officer's recoil spring.
For use with defense ammo over 860 fps you can use a single 24 pound spring, but shoot enough of your defense ammo to verify reliability.