You really, really, really don't need that many exercises. Really. You're doing an exercise for each individual slice of your anatomy here, which is damn scientific but not necessary. If you hit the major compound lifts - a lot of which are actually on here, I'm seeing - you'll end up hitting all of these muscles anyway. Like, for instance, those three shoulder exercises each have some overlap, and as a result you'll very easily end up overtraining. Seriously, this workload is ridiculous and you could be a lot more injury-prone this way. Similarly, a lot of these are just plain unnecessary; I'm not a big proponent of direct biceps/triceps work myself.
I understand the thing about squats - how about deadlifts? Squat, deadlift, and bench press (flat) are called the 'big three' - they add mass more than any other movements, and most importantly, they each work huge parts of your body all at once. You can hit a heavy set of deadlifts and work around 70 percent of your muscles at once. So really think about cutting this workload down... like a lot.
I wish I could reply more but I have to go back to school - let me just throw these two things out there -
One of your notes said you weren't sure what frequency was advisable. Once a week is probably not your best bet - two/three times a week is about the norm. I try to leave 48 hours between lifts - between 48 and 72 is probably enough.
Also, you acknowledged that building only one half of the body is inadvisable - agreed. You won't reach your growth potential by just doing upper body stuff.
Just a few thoughts, although seeing as I can see 0311 is looking at this thread, they may be unnecessary.