Have you considered doing thrusters behind the neck instead? My beef with thrusters is the rack position - do you hold it in your fingers as in a front squat, and are unsteady at the top of the press as a result, or do you hold it in your hands like a press and be sloppy and inefficient at the bottom of the squat? Kind of damned if you do, damned if you don't. Doing them behind the neck gets rid of this problem, and is generally a more stable platform, allowing you to move more weight and do more work.
There was some discussion of this at Irongarmx
, which was surprisingly interesting given their usual level of discourse. Food for thought.