Culling for Sharpness?

I don't know how usual or unusual this is, but in my workflow, I try to cull for sharpness.  I use a variety of tools to try to do this, including FastRawViewer.  Re. using FRV for this purposed, I tried using the sharpness (USM E) view, but I am not able to distinguish an image that is sharp using that view, so I generally use use the view at 150% or 200% and try to "judge" whether each image is (subjectively) "sharp".
Another type of tool I use in conjunction is a tool that shows focus points (camera specific).
This all is very time-consuming and also really subjective, so I was wondering if anyone else is culling for sharpness, and how you do that?
EDIT:  Also, I was wondering, re. the above, when viewing your images at 150% or 200%, would you expect them to "appear" to be sharp?  I find that in my cases (mainly Fuji X-T3, and Nikon D500 at this time), no images actually appear to be sharp when viewed at 150% or 200%.  I mostly show aviation (planes) and, for example, if I look at an image (even ones that I think look "sharp", if I look at details like the windows, they are kind of "fuzzy".  Even though they are all fuzzy, looking at the images at 150-200% seems to allow me to judge which images look relatively sharper or less sharp.

use the peakview option (P, on keyboard).
i never go behind 100% view, raw is softer, there is zero sharpening or contrast added

Thanks!  I was already using USM E etc., but didn't know about the key shortcut!
Also, I don't know, but for some reason, I have a hard time comparing sharpness at 100% - so I've been going to 200% (maybe because of bad eyes, but I don't think so).   I don't mean I am doing this for pixel peeping, but mainly/purely for trying to determine if an image is "sharpest".

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