First of all, do you do all of that in one day? Second, you use a ton of useless, isolation movements.
IMO, unless someone has tons of experience in the gym, knows how to create a balanced routine, knows how to properly periodize, knows how to cure any existing imbalances, etc., they should use a professionally written, pre-made routine.
First, you must decide what your goals/objectives are. I will assume it's both size and strength, given that you are getting serious for the first time.
With that in mind, I would suggest starting w/ either an upper/lower split, push/pull, or full body.
If you click on "Authors" over on the left, you can pull up articles written by the in-house experts. Chad Waterbury has some great full body routines - ie Art of Waterbury (although it may be too advanced for you), Total Body Training, and the Waterbury Method among others. In addition, his Anti-Bodybuilding Hypertrophy program is an upper/lower split.
Alwyn Cosgrove has some interesting programs on his website, AlwynCosgrove.com - I believe they are titled Undulating Periodization I-III.
However, you first must identify your goals, and how much time you can spend in the gym.