Good afternoon/evening, y'all! It's time for Newbie Nate's Question of the Day! I know, you all must be quivering with excitement considering it's been a few months since my last one. (At least I hope it's excitement... ) So, I've just started learning Vectorworks, and I'm currently plowing through their free online tutorial series, yada, yada. I've run into an issue, though. Outside of RTFMing, I can't seem to find any way to supplement my learning. I'm not new to CAD in general--my father is/was an architect, so I've got some inherent background. But putting Vectorworks skills to use seems to demand assignments, supplementary knowledge, or practical application to ever be useful. So, do such materials exist? And for a reasonable price? Remember I'm college-student-eating-ramen levels of poor, so $900 classes are beyond out of the question. And if we're going to talk textbooks, well, let's just say that visual aids would serve me better than another slog of text to read. The manual's a fresh and fancy-free hell all on its own in that regard. I'm also open to anyone willing to personally mentor or guide me, who enjoys academic instruction and doesn't mind being paid in a 6-pack of horribly cheap beer or complimentary warm and fuzzies. I also won't be offended if such a horrible wage results in me getting lots of "**** no" answers, too. Fair is fair. Thanks in advance for any ideas!