I tried, the problem is, since it is basically close grip press, triceps gets tired a lot quicker than you’d want to.
I am always into simplicity, so I don’t like doing more than 2-3 moves for one part in my entire routine. And I am all into excercises that make me feel my muscles, because I want to build them, not to be a powerlifter. So I don’t really care for bench press etc.
For chest the best activation I got from cable flyes. Really, if you are looking for that mind muscle connection, it is the excercise for you. You will never feel so much control over your chets doing any press.
My second excercise to go is chest dip - however please note doing them correctly isn’t easy. I see a lot of people thinking they have to jsut lean forward and it will activate the chest. No, most of them still destroys their tris. You need to really get the feeling of elevating with your chest - if you can do this, this is a great choice.
As my finishers I use cable crossovers - chest press, just milion times better. Bigger range of motion, constant tension (ropes want to pull you back + you have to keep balance) and opposite to any pressing move, you get to make your hands be as close as possible to get the stretch.