A good idea would be to figure out where weaknesses might be, or at least what may have been neglected for a while.
When I switched from elbows flared out to tucked, I was dismayed by the drop in my numbers, and still haven't quite recovered. Looking at my training history, I realize that I've hated, and thus avoided, doing any significant front shoulder work, which is where I'm directing my focus at the moment. One exercise I've come to like is a close grip military press with an EZ Curl bar, as it's a more natural feeling/angle for my wrists. I make sure to keep elbows under the wrists (i.e. not flaring out) to keep emphasis on the front delt.
What is also fun is setting up on a Roman chair and doing plate front raises while keeping your torso parallel to the ground. It hits the front delts and works the mid-upper spinal erectors, which will carry over to your arch in your lifts. With this one, you may find your upper back/erectors will need to catch up to your shoulders.
When it comes to back work, I prefer BB and cable rows, as I feel I can better squeeze my shoulder blades together at the top.
As WRPL wrote with the last three exercises, make sure to keep accessory work reps in the range of 8-12, as the goal is not to fry your muscles and nervous system.