There are a couple of ways you could go about it. I'm guessing this is your first meet, so be very conservative. You want to go 9/9 if at all possible. Factor in that you're using different equipment (possibly even to the extent of a squat, bench and deadlift bar along with a monolift, depending on your federation) and you REALLY want to play it safe.
Option one would be to go
Attempt 1: around 87-93% PR
Attempt 2: current PR
Attempt 3: 2.5-5 kg PR
That's what I did for my first meet and it went fine, even though I was new to all the bars and the mono.
Second option is to go:
Attempt 1: 88% of goal
Attempt 2: 94% of goal
Attempt 3: goal
To me, your bench attempts look fine but your squat and DL are way too close to each other. You might want to drop your first a little and even your second.
Also, I noticed in your peaking you hit triples. When did you last hit a heavy single, around 95% of your max or higher? Personally, I'd be a bit wary of coming into a meet not having hit a heavy single two or so weeks out. Usually I'll hit my squat and bench opener around five days out and my DL two weeks out.
Bottom line, pick first attempts you know you'll smoke. Seconds you should know you'll get even if things are going great, and third you should be realistically confident of. Remember, if it's your first meet it is arguably more important to go 9/9 than posting huge PRs. A 2.5-5 kg PR is good as it is, and then you can work from your new meet PRs for your next cycle.