Checking back strong hands IP to protect your range?

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Checking back strong hands IP to protect your range?

I am currently trying to figure out how often I should be checking with some top of range hands to protect my checking range. This includes hands such as top set on dry flops, flopped trips, flopped flushes and flopped FHs. Usually when I check as the IP player, it's with hands that either don't want to get check/raised, can't get multiple streets of value, have SD value and don't need to bet (or function better as bluffcatchers vs probes), or give-ups that have no equity on flops that are good for OOP's range. What are people's thoughts on such spots? Is having a capped checking range something to be worried about at the microstakes?

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