Not bad, but I'd rather test my 1 RM to see my upper body strength than rep out my BW. Some people have more endurance than others, I've encountered people who I could lift more than, do more reps with a certain weight than me, while me max was substantially greater.
The bench vs. pullups to see if you have a big imbablance or not, is a pretty good idea though.
Well, 1RM is influenced a lot by technique etc... A 8 or 10RM is more of a measure of muscle-mass by comparison... Not sure which of the two you'd want to use here, I'd go with 8 or so.
<- indeed, it's a terrible idea, actually...
You want a backthickness exercise to balance out the bench... Preferably kroc's or some other heavy row variant where you retract the scapulae etc at the top. Pretty much a row where you're mimicking a bench press setup if you ask me.
Not bad, but there is a certain point where this starts becoming about muscular endurance, and not so much strength. You cant just keep adding reps to someone's bodyweight bench or pullup, it doesnt really work like that. The strength to weight ratio isnt consistent at higher weights. Take it to the extreme: You can have a reasonably fit 115lb guy who can do pullups like no tomorrow, where as a seasoned trainee weighing 275 will most likely have much more trouble even though he is more advanced.
Well I only lift with one technique wheter it's lifting 135 pounds or 350, maybe I need to work on that, but it seems to be doing fine.
Well you are right as usual . It does make a lot more sense to pick 2 exercies in the horizontal plane (Bench and bent-over rows) or vertical plane (Pull-up and dips) rather than 1 vertical and 1 horizontal. This doesn't matter much to me though as I care more about beastly numbers than BW reps.