When i was younger, in my 3rd year of weight training i used that split. But the truth is I would find myself too exhausted halfway through. Simply because when you train chest, many exercises employ triceps as a secondary muscle. So when I went through chest, my triceps would be too tired to get up the amount of weighted i needed to harden and sculpt that body part. Same thing with back, as most back workouts employ biceps as the secondary mucscle group. I do see how that this type of training is ideal for recovery times, and if it works then great keep it! However if you find it is detremental try switching, I switched my routine to look something like chest and biceps, back and triceps, etc. Other than that looking good.
Body Weight: 200
Bench Press: 405 x 2
Good mornings: 185 x 15
Dumbbell Flyes: max 95 lbs.
One Handed Dumbbell Rows: 120 x 15
Now Incline dumbbell press: 120 x 14
Calf Raises: 630 x 10
Tricep French Presses: 85 x 11
Full Rack Tricep Extensions: 18 reps
Full Rack Cable Curls: 12 reps