I think your on the right track Treadway. You took the Dan Blewit quote all wrong though. I believe it was " If it's worth doing, it's worth doing often" not "If you can't do it often, don't bother at all" There's a big differance between those quotes, and I hope that helps.
Somtimes beginers get confused by the differances in high level coaches programs. I'll give you a hint to long term sucsess, instead of looking for the differances in programs, start looking for the similaities in big name coaches programs, and focus on putting these in your traing.
I think your already doing this,#1, focusing on compound movements,#2, keeping workouts around 1 hour, #3, 3-4 workouts a week, #4,training big movements in the 5ish rep range, #5, not putting to much focus on isolation lifts. The point is Dan Blewett, Jim Wendler, Dan John, Eric Cressey, and probably most other strength coaches are mostly in agreement on these points you are already doing.
So you can never go wrong finding similarities in training routines, but can waste time, and make yourself nuts finding differances. Goodluck