That is a lot of questions for one post, put in a very complicated way too. And what's with the image instead of posting regular text? It comes out with super small caracters. I almost didn't read you post because of that.
I'll still try to address it as best as I can.
First it is fine to do one or several movements every day (some of my programs used a "high frequency strength section" in which key lifts were trained daily. BUT intensity and volume have to be carefully managed, You must use an "easy strength" approach in which every rep in the high frequency lift is done with a weight you can dominate and with a RPE (rate of perceived effort) of about 7/10... or a weight you could do for about 3 reps more than you are actually doing.
The way I see your program the second lift is the one trained hard. The isolation work should be done for that exercise... in other words pic exercises that will target the muscles involved in that movement and train it with rest/pauses.
Also try to avoid doing isolation rest/pause work for a muscle that will be involved in he training the next day. For example I hope that you have a rest day between days 2 and 3 as doing upper back/lats work might decrease your deadlift performance by making it harder to keep the bar close to the body. Fatiguing the upper back will also make it harder to maintain a solid posture when front squatting.