On my emphasis days, I focus on a main movement. So push day I start off with bench and do a lot of benching, but also do a little work that more focused on form and good technique with the opposite days main lift. So on pull day, I also do so light benching to get in some extra technique work and try to improve my form. I just like to do those in between other pulling movements to kind of break things up.
I deadlift on my Lower-Squat day, and my Lower-Deadlift day. I keep my two upper days for purely upper body movements.
I did a fairly bad job of explaining it, those are more of my cues I use. But I feel incredible tension in my upper chest and it doesn't irritate my shoulders like regular incline benching does.
I had actually planned on adding some, was thinking some weighted lunges or BSS.
And not really shooting for a big goal or PR. I have ran variations of PPL since I started lifting a little under 2 years ago and saw amazing progress, but I really felt like changing it up and experimenting a little before I leave for basic training this summer and my lifting is interrupted for a few months. I'm just trying to improve a little bit every workout and see how I feel. After doing it for a week I feel very good and I've enjoyed the workouts so far.