No, as I don’t use the unsharp mask.
For RL devonvolution the default radius of 0.75 often is a bit too high (though it fits perfectly for my Ais 2.8/24mm shots on D200). It also depends on the aperture of the shot. If you shot past diffraction limit, larger radius can get some details back without introducing artifacts.
But even when using only RL there is no general rule for the settings (though I only change radius and contrast threshold). There are files from sensors like Nikon D200 where quite large radius settings work fine, which could one let assume it’s because of the AA filter in the D200 and it’s quite low sensor resolution (10MP APS-C). On the other side the almost same settings also work fine on a modern camera even when using pixelshift. For example this screenshot shows a 100% crop from a Pentax K1 pixelshift file. Left without sharpening, right with RL deconvolution:
It also matters what you want to sharpen. I always sharpen for fine details in 100% view. Others sharpen for edges and so on…