That's a lot of gym time! Be careful you're not overtraining., as this can be detremental to your progress and growth.
First of all, why are you changing your routine? Was it not working or are you looking to spend less time in the gym per session?
IMHO, I think you should maybe cut back a bit. I'm a big believer in abbreviated routines (awaits barrage of abuse
) and am currently on a three day week, which is working very well for me. Focus on your target weight, e.g. 95kg. Build up to that weight using the basic compound exercises (e.g. squat, deadlift, military press etc) to build you up to or beyond this weight (with a view to cutting back down to it). Compound exercises are great because you can work loads of muscles at once so you can effectively use fewer exercises.
Once you have achieved your desired weight and BF%, then focus on smaller isolation exercises to work on symmetry, refinement etc.
Remember that rest plays a huge part in muscle growth. If you're in the gym every day, beating the hell out of your muscles, then you're not very likely to grow as you are not giving your body adequate recovery time.
I'm sure this goes without saying, but remember to keep your diet strict and get plenty of sleep.
Again, this is just my opinion. You've got to find what works for you. All the best with your training.