Like the others have said, you can totally build great delts without including presses or without emphasizing them. However, being healthy enough to perform a press should still be an concern.
I simply looked for a way to include OHP, since it's really effective. The movement in different presses is not the same, so I gave each a shot.
The figure on the instruction showed delts, so I thought "sure, why not".
My back workout consists of deadlift, one arm rows, reverse grip incline rows (and sometimes close grip hanging rows). This is recent. My focus is lats at the moment.
My regular back-workout is deadlift, close grip rows, wide grip pulldowns or wide grip rows.
They are not economic time-wise, that's what I meant. I do the jerk to spare my shoulders - it's primarily from ear-height to 15 cm (7 inches) higher, which will bug my shoulders eventually. I get around that with the jerk.
That's pretty much what I'm doing/trying. I want to stress, that my shoulders are perfectly fine for everyday living and they do not hurt, but they don't take well to pressing.