Man I hate to sound like I'm picking a fight but...
I don't think he's really asking if his template qualifies to be called a texas method (TM) program.
Yes it does things differently from TM. But the core idea of TM is manipulating volume and intensity and switching them up on different days to drive progress. His template follows that basic premise, so why not examine it and see if there are major problems.
It's cool you recommended a lot of stuff and I know you want to be helpful, but I am tired of the IT'S NOT THE PROGRAM camp shoving their cocks up people who decide to experiment for themselves. So sorry, this is not really just directed at your post, but a trend I'm tending to see.
Also OP I would watch for always opting to get 90% of a max. Be flexible and gauge your progress/condition.