OK so do dips and overhead presses at the gym and inclines and flat bench at home. Bingo problem solved. LOL[/quote]
I agree with Phill, that is a good solution, provided that your incline is great enough. Eg, if it is only a 5 degree incline it would be lumped in with a horizontal push.
What Phill is getting at is on Day A you have two vertical push (ie, incline press and shoulder press), and on Day B you have to horizontal press (ie, bench press and dip), and it would be best to mix these.
Another point on this though is that you may have to much push in this plan, depending on volume. Assuming your volume is the same for all the exercises, you have two push movements for every pull, ie, 4 (bench, inc, sh press, and dips) and 2 (pull up and row); unless you call deads a pull (which is fair) you have 4 and 3. It may be wise to seek better balance. Considering the size and strength potential of “the muscles you cannot see” you would be better off giving back movements more volume/movements if you are not going to completely balance your program. A caveat here is that this whole observation depends on what your exact set/rep scheme is.
Long story short: consider dropping one vertical push and horizontal push from each day, or halve the volume on them all.