If you’re already signed up, I think there can be value in still competing. Gaining experience on the platform when you’re mentally not in it. There will be people who say if your head is not in the game then don’t bother, but I think if you go in with the right mentality it could serve you well in the long run.
The important thing would be to go in with the right goals and mindset. If you’re wanting to focus on being able to instantly jump back into your training the following week, you can program appropriately for that. You obviously won’t be peaking optimally for the meet, but you won’t get burnt out. Set the goal of 27 white lights as opposed to PRs. Your squat form has had appreciable improvement just over the past few weeks. There’s nothing quite like training the mental side of a bench with a competition pause than doing an actual bench up on the platform. If you get reds, you can ask the refs what they see, what errors they think you can improve.
Then again, really, if you’re not feeling it at all, don’t do it. It was surprising that you had such a short turnaround between meets. You’re early in your PL career, there’s no sense in forcing anything. I’m sure you feel like you’re stuck in-between weight classes, have a lot of room to fill out, form still a work in progress, strength isn’t where you’re aiming for it to be, and doing a meet isn’t conducive towards the programming that you want to implement in order to focus on those goals at the moment. Those are all fine reasons to take a step back. You’re in this for yourself. Regardless of what you end up doing, it will benefit you in the long run if you approach it the right way mentally.
Keep up the hard work.