For the next bit, I'm looking at a training schedule like so:
Friday: Friday fun.
I am changing my lifting plan, and am going to go to 3 full body workouts. The section listed first will be the focus of the workout getting 5-10 sets, the second section will be the next priority, and may be done in a superset, 3-5 sets per exercise, and the accessory lifts will be super-setted for 2-3 sets.
Tuesday: Dynamic effort Lower (Squat variations), Olympic lifts upper (1 of the following: snatch, clean, clean and jerk),
Accessory lifts: glute-hams or pull throughs, rows or face pulls, and push-up variation.
Thursday: Max effort Lower (deadlift variations), Repetition upper (horizontal pull, horizontal push, vertical pull, vertical push),
Accessory lifts: glute-hams or pull throughs, face pulls, ab work.
Saturday: Max effort upper (Vertical pull, horizontal push, horizontal pull), Unilateral Lower (1-2 of the following:BSS, lunges, step-ups, one-leg squats),
Accessory lifts: abs.
If time becomes a factor, then the accessory lifts will be done in a separate session.
Obviously this is open to tweaking, or scrapping all together should it fail miserably.
I'll start this next week.