Back in college, I was a decathlete at a Div I school. We did Olympic lifts 3 times a week. After four years of doing that, I can say that technique is very important and takes a long time to really get the hang of. My best was 264 for 2 reps (we did all our maxs with two reps instead of one), at a body weight of 185. Most of the other decathletes were right about the same amounts, including some All-Americans we had. The decathletes probably had some of the best strength to weight ratios on the track team, with the exception of one of our Olympic level high jumpers, who I think did something like 286 at probably 175 BW. I'm not too familiar with what the football guys did.
Now I'm at a BW of 175, 10 years older, post knee surgery, and occasionally manage 245 at the end of a workout. My form's not the same though without a deep full squat catch available to me because of my knee. So that gives you an idea of what some high-level PC strength levels are like.
205 at 165 is a good weight. Just take it slow in progressing. Its easy to add a few more pounds in the power clean at the expense of form, but in such a dynamic excercise, that's just begging for injury. Work on your technique constantly. Now on my last sets, I've always got the problem of splitting my legs to the side too much in the catch phase and catching the bar too low without my elbows up high enough, causing my shoulders and lower back to round. I've always got to resist the temptation to add a few more pounds to the last set until I get the form right at my current weight.