No. They consider consolidation a major task, worthy of being the only lift of the day. It might even be considered more demanding than in a regular progression. Their scheme for consolidation is 8 to 10 singles at 90% of a 1RM first week, 6-8 (I think, this is from my recollection) of doubles at the same weight the next, followed by 5-7 sets of triples at the same weight the next, followed (I think) by a deload, then cycling back into progression via Eric's "SDT" progression.
OK. I think I get it. I have no immediate plan to do doubles and triples.
Anyway, moving on, today I did this again for Press, and the results were stunning. Just like in bench, it really started to get solid about rep six, and the last few had much better form than the first.