Check out Juggernaut, if you haven't already. I have been doing that for a couple years, after switching from 531 in 14 or 15. I have made some modifications for my goals, but I use the loading pattern, rep/sets, etc from Juggernaut.
I dropped back squats for front squats (my 1RM was 500, but my lower back, hips, shoulders, and wrists were constantly cranky - just couldn't keep up), and I super set back work with bench and military press (row/bench, weighted pullup/military press - same set/rep scheme for pullups, random scheme for rows with bench). Boring But Big as opposite assistance, followed by direct assistance.
IF that was confusing, here's bench day for an example:
1A. Row (some variation) 8-10 reps, same number of sets as bench
1B. Bench (whatever the set/rep scheme is for that week/day)
BBB Military Press variation, 5 x 10 @ 50% working max
2A. another row variation, 3 x 8 - 12
2B. Incline bench variation, 3 x 8 - 12
No super-setting on leg days. Boring But Big sets are done using the opposite main movement (Deadlift on Front Squat day, and vice versa).
Gets your strength work in, followed by solid assistance work for hypertrophy. Every thing gets hit twice per week (if not more). Love doing this, but then I've always responded better to volume when it comes to size.