All very silly.
Took the step today to consolidate the (five, at this point) Manga Studio pencils and brushes I use the most into their own subtool group so I'm not having to look for them all the time. Between that and the nearly-a-day I took recently to figure out the perspective tools (and which I still managed to screw up!) I'm very nearly (not quite) feeling at home with the software, to the point where I'm actually thinking about buying a Cintiq tablet and wondering how much stuff I'll have to sell to raise the cash.
On which subject, if anybody has some rock-solid advice on Cintiq tablets (or similar) for the professional cartoonist, I'm all ears. The point of me learning digital at all is so I can work simply when travelling, so portability is a must. Apart from that, I'm not set on any particular way of going about it. I've read Jonathan Case's advice, which was just the sort of thing I'm looking for; anything of that nature anyone can point me towards is welcome.