Even though I am able to increase weights without compromising form, I rarely feel pressing movements in my chest or pulling movements in my upper back. I don't know if this is bad mind/muscle connection or what, but I have been lifting for a couple years (though only seriously since the end of last year), and I rarely feel exercises in my chest/upper back (particularly chest exercises, as I feel certain lifts in my back). I am currently following a pull/push/legs routine, and the chest/back portions are as follows:
BB Bench 3 x 5
DB Incline Bench 2 x 8
Dips 2 x 8
Flyes 1 x 12
Deadlifts (though that's lower back) 1 x 5
Pull-Ups 3 x 8
DB Rows 2 x 8
Cable Pulldowns (Triangle Attachment) 2 x 8
Face Pulls 1 x 12
As far as chest, dips are probably the exercise I feel the most in my chest (though still not very much, and only in my lower chest), and as far as upper back, the cable pulldowns are what I feel the most (with the pull-ups as the runner-up, but I still feel those too much in my arm). During the back exercises, I really focus on squeezing my shoulder blades, which sometimes seems to help, but I don't really know what the equivalent of this would be for chest (though I do push my shoulders into the bench).
NOTE: I feel other exercises in the desired muscles, but as I said, I struggle with chest/back.
EDIT: I'm not looking for routine critiquing, I just posted the routine to show that I try to hit my body from a variety of angles.