The January 2021 "Turbine Pilot" section of AOPA Pilot magazine has a well written article on TBM prop strikes. Even though the article is found in the turbine pilot section of the magazine, which I suspect a fair number of VAF'ers don't get, it has a lot
of applicability to the RV A models as well. This article is worth the few minutes that it takes to read, and the techniques mentioned in the article are worth implementing in A models.
Short version (TLDR) -- Land on speed, and hold the nosewheel off the runway as long as possible, after a full stall landing. Same thing Van's has been telling us for years.
TBM TECHNIQUE: LANDING IN STYLE PROP-STRIKE PREVENTION 101