ok son, go here:
this sets up a power to the people type wave for you, all you need to do is plug in your numbers.
For more info on what % to start on, go to dragondoor.com, and read the Power to the people with Sean someone or other article. In the article he uses singles rather than sets of 5 but the number crunching is the same.
Also read Pavels articles on hyper-irridation, (I think that's what it's called). Basically he suggests you tense your entire body when performing any lift, as it increases your strength. I find this works, although it's hardly anything novel. He also recommends deep breathing in between sets - which again I use and find it focuses the mind and relaxes the body for the next set. But again, not exactly ground breaking.
The PTP programme will defo work for an intermediate or beginner lifter, but you will reach a limit on this waved approach IMO. At this point weakpoint training etc may be the best way to get through your plateau - ala westside. Have a read of the dragondoor site, there is some good info among a lot of fluff and virtual vodka-drinking. Dunno if it's against the rules to criticise another site but you may get irritated by it's lack of user-friendliness compared to this site...