I use all NRS one inch straps. I've tried several brands, and the NRS seem to hold up the best without the ends unraveling and getting difficult to thread through the cam buckle. One trick someone showed me years ago that I always use is to run the strap under the frame, then thread the end up through the back opening in the cam buckle, around the frame again, then through the D-ring, then back to the cam buckle. This "locks" the strap and prevents the strap from slipping when you tighten it. I know some folks like to do a sort of crisscross strap on the front and back of the frame for a snug diagonal pull. I've never tried that myself. I do run the straps for my center, inside D-rings up and over the lower side rail, up and around the top side rail and back. This seems to give a really tight pull.
Lots of ways to " skin a cat" so to speak. Cats are definitely strap intensive beasts.