Best ever (in training/comp): Bench 305, Squat 347, Deadlift 485
Estimated current 1RM: Bench 295, Squat 325, Deadlift 475
Bench: In the middle. I do feel my shoulders giving out, and there's a large disparity in my military press and bench strength (my Military Press is only 155x3), so my other upper body day will be focusing on heavy work for Shoulder variations. 3RM ME with conjugate method (seated, standing, high incline, presses off pins).
Squat: Coming out of the hole and also a slow down in the middle. Overall my squat is the weakest and right now I'm doing a specialization phase where I start 2 days a week with heavy squat variations (one day wide stance, one day more narrow stance squats) and one day starting with one-legged work. In addition I'm doing hamstring, ab and lower back assistance work.
Deadlift: Coming off the floor, then again at the end of lockout. In conventional especially my knees actually shake a lot as I start the motion, so I'm starting to think bringing up my squat will help with the dead off the floor. That said my rack pull is pretty weak (same as my dead, really), suggesting my lower back in general is weak, so I'll be doing rack pulls after my squat on one of the days.
In last competition my deadlift was 60lbs below training max because my back was fried from squats. So a stronger lower back is a priority (though I did a posterior chain specialization phase last November-December so that should've helped at least a bit).
Right now I stand at 186 lbs. I plan to gain mass and strength until April 1, then cut down to 181 for a meet in May. I'd like to Bench 335, Squat 400, and Deadlift 500 (raw).