Well, now you edited your posts, or someone else did. Originally, it took you 5 posts to come out with your plan...then you changed it, then you changed it again two more posts later.
OK, you got me, but the fact is that I never changed the original program, I forgot to put calf raises on one day, and I had 10-20 min of HIIT when I had already decided before that it was too much and only wanted 10-15min. There was a few posts because I posted about the calves, and then the HIIT, and then decided to post another routine, but fixed, and then Scott M told me that I could edit my posts, so, I did and fixed everything, this was all in the course of a half hour, and I think you were unlucky enough to see the thread at this time, sorry for that.
Either way, vermillion gave you advice...and then you directed him to another thread, and dismissed what he said.
I never dismissed what vermillion said, I just ADMITTED that in this thread I posted my routine "half-ass" and directed him to the exact same thread as you, so he could see my more detailed program before passing judgement.
Just read a program and follow it for a couple weeks or a month...then once you really get a feel for things and how that program works for you, start changing things. Fact is there are hundreds of different programs laid out by professionals right here on this site...that can be followed and adapted over time to suit your individual needs. I have yet to see a single program that has you lifting chest twice a week, shoulders three times a week, triceps twice, biceps once, quads twice, hams three times, and traps three times. That's far too confusing.
Once again, I think you have yet to actually READ the routine. You, before, told me that I should work every body part more than once per week, and I in turn showed you how many times each body part was worked per week. This doesn't mean that I'm training hams 3 times or shoulder's three times directly, but this is, indirectly or directly, how many times the muscles are worked in one week. Friday is the only day I work shoulders directly with the hang clean and push press, but monday I'm also hitting them with the bench and saturday I'm hitting them with my rows. Here's an article for YOU to read, you probably already have http://www.T-Nation.com/readArticle.do?id=1788475 , read especially the 5th paragraph down about dorks, because this applies to you, and definitely not me.
I realize this is a bit redundant, and if you read the threads here, you'll probably see this said a million times...but you should be deadlifting, squatting, bench pressing, doing pull-ups and rows.
OMFG READ THE FUCKING ROUTINE ALREADY BEFORE SAYING THINGS LIKE THIS!!!!!!!!!! WTF do you think I am doing in this routine!?!?!?! Here, I think I have to lay it out for you:
Monday: "bench pressing"
Friday: hang clean and push press*
Saturday: "pull-ups and rows"
*I think this one's good too, or am I wrong again?
My advice, focus on compound movements, throw the tricep kickbacks, wrist curls, leg extensions, and situps out the window and go move some weights around. Once you get a firm grasp on things, then you can experiment and change a program to how you think it should be.
I think you like to make yourself look like an idiot, please, tell me which of those exercises listed I do in this routine. Tricep kickbacks? try close grip bench presses and partial military press to the head. Wrist curls? WTF? Leg extensions? try front squats. Situps? Where in the routine AM I EVEN WORKING ABS DIRECTLY!?!? Fuck me. Fuckin hell. Go to bodybuilding.com already.
So anyway, keep shit simple, quit worrying so much about when you do what, find a program that you believe in, and follow it.