Plugs out pumping.
A little trick I do in my car and bike is when I have changed the oil and filter I disconnect the leads from the coil to the dizzy. This prevents the engine from actually firing while there is no oil flowing in the galleries. I consider this to be important, and a cheap / easy thing to do to prevent engine wear. I just do not like the idea of the big ends pounding up and down on bearing shells that have no oil pressure to them yet! At least when the engine is turning over, just on the starter, they are passively following, and not having several hundred firing charges hammering down on dry bearings. The only way it could get better is do it with no plugs in, then there would be a completely passive load on the main bearings while cranking the oil pressure up.
I may be anal, but its simple to do.