You're right, I did forget military presses. I guess it's not really a question of forgetting, but more a question of, how the hell do I put in dips, benching and military press into one workout and get away with it.. One option would be doing DB bench presses, which activate my chest more, and the military press.
Another would be barbell BP and dips. A third is leaving day 2 as is, and replacing front raises and one of the tri exercises with the military press, but keeping it to 2 working sets or so. I actually like this idea quite a bit. If this isn't manageable, I'll cycle BB BP/dips and DB BP/military to keep the gains coming.
What's a front lat raise? I thought lat raises were only side raises, because front raises don't activate the lateral deltoid..
I like your general direction, though, speaking for myself, I'd probably need a lot more exercises to take it to failure. To me, I guess, the idea is that I really demolish myself so I actually need the 5-6 days of rest per muscle group.
I know that I can do a flat bench and dips in the same workout for days on end, take myself to relative failure each time, and continue making progress. Lol. Bench, skullcrushers and flyes really won't cut it for chest/tri's. Similarly thing with squats.
You probably have a specific reason for squatting 2x a week though, and not doing exercises that'll take you to absolute failure?