Have you tried a program that would allow for a lot of flexibility?
I'm thinking something like 5/3/1 or westside for skinny bastards.
Yes, its someone else's program. But you can custom tailor them a lot and then once you tweak those to your liking and get some substantial results, you can make your own program.
There's been some very strong lifters on this site who stuck with 5/3/1 with no to only small modifications.
If you've been doing something starting strength or any of its more advanced variant, the variety might be a nice change of pace.
As far as what you have there, I personally would have more knee dominant leg work in there. The only exercises like that are front squats and back squats and arguably depending on how you squat your back squat might be more p-chain dominant. The balance is good if you're already too knee/quad dominant. I might do either deadlift or snatch grip high pull, but not both and replace it with some heavy Bulgarian split squats or a squat variation a lot more knee/quad dominant than the first one in your training session.
I agree with TP on all his points. If strength is what you're after, TP has some good advice and has been there, done that so I make a point to prioritize his advice when I have it.
I didn't mean to type so much... Well, I hope you enjoyed the novel!