# Triphenylphosphine vs. trimethylphosphine in reduction reactions

Triphenylphosphine is used typically as a reducing agent for organic peroxides as it is a good nucleophile. So, if I wanted to computationally model a reaction like: $$\ce{PR3 + ROOH -> OPR3 + ROH}$$

Can something like a trimethylphosphine be used instead of triphenylphosphine, since it is an even better nucleophile, and the strength of the P=O is what's driving the reaction/reduction? Or am I missing some information?