I believe with older IOS images, the default was tosave 25% for control plane traffic, because Cisco didn't trust us engineers I guess. Now, they completely trust us, and it's up to us to not be stupid.
I would do the following.
Let's say you have 100Mbps Internet link going to your ISP on Router
shape average 100000000
int x/x <-- Interface going to your ISP from your Router
service-policy out 100M_SHAPE
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If you have control plane traffic, or any other traffic, you want to have some priority too, you can always include
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