Dude, why do you want to limit yourself with a routine like that?
Make a and b versions of both your upper and lower days so that you can focus on flat or decline one workout, then incline the next, repeat.
Same for other bodyparts, some heavy hamstring stuff like SLDL's coupled with leg-press or hack-machine (i.e. less low-back involvement on quad exercise due to the heavy ham work) on lower day a, then on lower b you can do squats or front-squats and lying leg curls or whatever...
And include some actual tricep work like CGP's in there as well as some heavy-duty curl variation while you're at it.
Also, it might be an idea (I've said this in some other thread of yours I believe) to stop starting a new thread EVERY time you have a question and just make 1 thread about your training, or a log or whatever, where people can comment.