You are missing a few components, like overload.
Good on you though for sticking to your guns.
I'll elaborate when I get home.
His complexes are divided into 5 "stages". Each stage has a purpose. If you ignore one, you are not doing correctly.
Take for example your deadlift complexe.
Ill keep you kettlebell as the weight, just for example sake.
First one should be an overload. Lots of weight starting at mid point for 2-4 reps. Find the heaviest weight you can lift and put it on a box about knee high. Example: you are standing between two boxes, knee high, with two BIG kettle bells. Now deadlift for two. If you can do more, it's too light.
Second: Full deadlift. Again. Full weight, but full movement for 3-5 reps.
Third and fourth is where you would shine with your philosophy.
Third: Clean with kettle bells actually sounds awesome. Look at the video and do it. 2-3 Reps
Fourth: A kind of good morning "swing". Lighter weight and watch the form. 8-10 Reps
Fifth: Kettle bell swing. Light kettle bell and emphasize the glutes. 8-10 Reps.
Do you see the difference?
Nothing wrong with your complexes, they just will not have the same effect.
Hope this helps.
And also, thank you. You have given me new ideas.
Just looking at your Press complexe. Turkish Get up would be more of a Third Stage exercise. And chest expander? I would use two (one in each hand or do one shoulder at a time if only one) and do explosive push presses. Nothing wrong with the exercise in the actual article either.