It's only an annoying post if you haven't put any effort into it and then come around looking for someone to design something for you; which I can say is not you. Looks like you've put some effort into this to say the least.
As far as the work out goes it's hard to say exactly because I don't have any idea of your experience or preceived goals but here are a few notes.
1) I would switch some of your rotations up. Chest & Back on the same day doesn't work well with me since they are both major muscle groups. You really want to focus on these separately with a smaller muscle group to accompany it. Also, splitting up your leg day is a little new to me so I would suggest something different.
With what you've got, I would set it up like this:
Monday: Chest & Shoulders*
Tuesday: Quads, Glutes & Hamstrings
Wednesday: Bi's & Tri's
Friday: Back & Calves
Sat & Sun: Off
*I normally would go with chest & tri's and back & bi's but it's also good to go with a Bi' & Tri's day too so I'll keep that the same. Just switch things up after a while.
2 I would suggest maybe a few different exercises or alterations. I'm guessing that you went heavy on chest when you first started hence your imbalance with your back. How about trying making your chest day look like this:
Monday: (Chest & Shoulders)
Use less weight and focus on benching with dumbbells. Also put your feet up on the bench rather then having them wide on the floor. You'll build up better stability and help strengthen your core at the same time. (since you don't have an abdominal workout). Then throw in your shoulder exercises on this day.
Tuesday: (Quads, Hams, & Glutes)
Deadlifts 5x5 * Go with regular.
Back Squat 5x5
Step-Ups or Lunges 4x8
Leg Curl 4x8
*Do yourself a favour and hop on an upright bike w/ high intensity for about 5 min after your workout to clear lactic acid build up.
Wednesday: (BI's & Tri's)
Keep with whatever your comfortable with.
Friday: (Back & Calves)
End the week strong. Your calve exercises are great so just add those in to your back day.
Wide Grip Pullups 5x5 (Assisted or not. Push yourself.)
Bent-Over Row 4x8
One Arm DB Row supersetted w/ Iso-Lateral Machine 3x8
sitting calf raise 4x8
standing calf raise 4x8
3 Eat well but like an animal. Really try to not eat out.
And that's basically the few alterations I would make not really knowing more about you and with not changing things up drastically for you. I think with this routine you'll be able to focus on your major muscles groups more effectively.