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First, you make no mention of your training goals or experience, so, I'll assume it's general fitness. With that in mind, I'd say that using DOMS as a goal...

“IMHO I think DOMS are awesome, it's like rewarding pain”

...is not appropriate.

While there are several posts regarding DOMS on this site, I would refer you to the one I wrote on the relationship between DOMS and muscle hypertophy. It addresses a specific body part, but, is applicable in your instance. You'll see that DOMS is not necessarily a good goal. The absence of DOMS does not imply lack of improvement. It's simply an indicator of micro trauma to the muscle tissues caused by exercises that emphasize the eccentric phase (lengthening or stretching of the muscle).