I just posted this link in my journal, but I think it will help me to address your question:
http://www.defrancostraining.com/articl ... -equal.htm
I have realized since reading the above that all my training was myofibrillar. I am very strong, but not very very big.
A program that was effective for me (at least on bench press, though this may give you insight into other lifts) was:
If you look at it, you're really supposed to gain only 25 pounds in 1RM strength if you follow the same line the whole time. However, the first time I did it I did in fact gain 50 pounds on my 1RM (from 185 to 235, almost 240). However, I was working with pretty good genes and a 19 yr. old body...
Sorry, what I think I'm saying is: I don't think high volume training is necessary. I think a varied, but gradually increasing in difficulty program is best. All sets of 6 reps or less seems effective, and I also think the built-in tests are valuable (how much would I have regretted it if I'd stayed with the same line and gone from 185 to 210?).
That said, I've never read/researched the benefits of a high volume training regimen.
Good luck with what you choose.