This will be an oblique answer but bear with me:
I'd create two workouts, which are essentially 2 variants of the same thing. The workouts look like this:
Power Clean or Power Snatch
Pull-Ups or Chinup
Bench press Or Military Press
Deadlift or Squat
The use the same loading parameters and the same weight...for a while.
In other words, develop a base, a basis of comparision. If you choose 10x3 with 185 on cleans, do that maybe 4-6 times, until you KNOW what that feels like. One day, you'll hit your fist set and think "Hmm, wow, that's a JOKE today. And that's when it's tme to add weight and/or make a change.
The point is, you need consistency. You need 3-4 "staple" lifts that you ALWAYS do. Then you need an assortment of auxilliary lifts that you'll rotate based on current weak links.
I'm sure my answer will generate more questions, so get back to me and let's bat this around...