Just read your whole log, that bench press shit sounds fucking irritating.
What is your plan after the meet? I have had incredible results using 5/3/1 for my bench and press, sort of contrary to a lot of other people though. But I find if you pyramid back down through your previous 2 worksets after the top set, you get a lot of solid volume in. Plus the AMRAP thing is a mental relief big time because the minimum reps you need to hit are ALWAYS easy, and anything after that is just bonus. You can go to the gym and have the shittiest day ever and it's not considered a stall unless you are below your minimum reps.
As far as the deadlift "off the ground" sticking point, that is the same as me and I'm finally killing it, for two reasons.
1. Lift the bar AS FAST AS FUCKING POSSIBLE. Squeeze into it, take the "looseness" out of it so that there's just enough pressure on the bar that your arms are locked out and it's not rolling, then RIP IT AS HARD AS YOU FUCKING CAN. The deadlift is all about momentum, the faster the bar moves the less work you need to do to keep it moving. Think of pushing the floor away instead of pulling the bar up. I always used to just grind every rep by using "slow strength" and this speed thing is working miles better.
2. RDLs. My posterior chain is a weak piece of shit, and by the sound of your "falling forward" squat problem, your posterior chain is probably also as shitty as mine. I have that exact same problem on my squats and it's because my knees start extending but I can't maintain my back angle because off a weakass PC, so it turns into a good morning. RDLs have brought up my hamstring/glute/lower back strength considerably. I usually do 3x8-10 or 5x5.
Looking forward to the meet on Saturday man, glad we're in the same flight! I have another friend competing who is unfortunately in Flight 1 so I won't be able to warm up with him or even watch his lifts which really sucks.