RP is just a (very good) protocol,IMO you have to tailor it to your specifical purposes.
IMO if you are after a bb strenght increase you could try to use about 90% of your 1rm and lift
,rack it, rest 20' and lift ,rack,rest and lift until you can (usually about 4/5 reps).
with this kind of RP lactic acid production is very low and you reach the failure with your CNS,strenght increases but a little bit hard on jojnts.
then there are DC RP; choose a load you can lift for 8 reps,failure,rack it, rest 20/30',4/3 reps,rack it&rest,squeeze enother 1 or 2 reps.
after the main set you can add enother RP set with (of course) less weight a/o with different reps range.
BIG respect to Wendler but my experience with RP is different;I use it and BB strenght increases (in a 5/8 range reps) are very linear and it extend also to different excercises,for example I stalled (after a good strenght gain,30lb plus on the bar in 2 months) on inclined press then no matter how I increase food qty and no matter how I try hard to lift,no progress,then I switched (for two months) to decline press,progress and today -just to touch with bare hands- i did inclined,well 3kg more (7lb) and two reps more,all this after two months of totally no incline....
so,if I'm stronger in 5/8 reps range how can I become weaker on 1/3 reps range??????