It sounds like you're trying to optimize things before you know anything.
The basic ideas you seem to have latched onto:
1. cutting down rest times is good for size, so you want to superset each lift because that's what you've seen
2. you need adequate rest for deadlifts, so only once a week
3. compounds will give you more bang for your buck than isolation exercises, so you're sticking only to compound movements
4. you're convinced squats are really important, so you want to get good at them
5. you realize recovery is important, so you're only lifting 3x a week
6. you've read stuff about how its important to have a good upper chest and/or that flat bench causes shoulder injuries, so you want to do incline bench instead of flat bench
But you seem to be stuck on the rep ranges, since 5x5 and 3x5 is probably what you're seeing for those compound lifts... but you're also probably seeing stuff about how that's not good for size. You've probably also seen stuff like 3x8-12, but usually where people only do that with isolation work. So you're stuck.
At least that's how I'm interpreting what you said.
As far as pre-existing proven routines, Greyskull LP is probably a good fit for you.