Already looking awesome man! Hopefully this will help with what you're looking for, this is a really great plan by Clay Hyght. I used the 4 day split model for about 6 months, but there's also a 5 day split. You can fill in the template according to what you want to emphasize and tweak it to make it more specific for your goals, great for both strength and size.
The general theme is each body part will start with a compound movement of relatively lower reps/heavier weight/longer rest, and throughout the session you move into more isolation exercises with higher reps/shorter rest. Great for both strength and size.
This program was great for adding LBM, I'd still be doing it if I had time for a 4 day split, but recently I moved to a 3 day full body program due to time constraints. In trying to train in more of a bodybuilding mentality, I lowered my weights to really think about the mind-muscle connection as much as possible. I've been training hard for years but really didn't think about that aspect until starting this program last August, really taking a couple weeks to "reset" and not care about the weight in my hands and just isolate the muscle properly. My weights went down just a little bit but I very quickly started noticing mass gains, and for what it's worth so did the people I see regularly at the gym. Once I was able to consistently execute the exercises with the right weight, I also started seeing steady strength increase relatively quickly in all compound movements, and a little more slowly in the isolation movements. Additionally, I have less joint pain and overall feel recovery is much better.
You can get through these sessions in about an hour, and if you have good supplementation, recovery should feel good, definitely not trashed/run over after a session.
Hope this helps!