I myself pray in the wee hours the Matins and Lauds, about 5 AM the Prime (and read the Mass at home) about 9AM the Tertia, at noon the Sexta, 3PM the Nona, 5PM the Vespers, and 7PM the Completorium. This is only for old retired men, who are quite free with their time, including sleeping time.
isn't it required that Matins and Lauds must both be prayed before sunrise?
also, isn't your schedule for prayer much like that used by religious in monasteries?
it seems similar to me, though my experience is strictly limited to what i've read in books and a couple of retreats with Benedictines who allowed those of us on retreat to sit in choir and pray the hours with them when we wished to.
i think religious may pray Vespers and Compline somewhat later than you do but not a lot later or they wouldn't have enough sleep before getting up for Matins and Lauds.
Tim advised me to pray only Compline (Completorium) for a few weeks before adding another hour. that was a good suggestion for me. i had started with Matins and Lauds and it was difficult. trying to pray Matins and Lauds aloud but not loud enough to wake anyone else was hard on my throat, partly because they take so long to say, partly because i had to speak so quietly.