So let me start off by saying that this is my first ever post on Skullheart. I have been lurking around these forums for quite a while, until I decided to just make an account. I first heard about this game through Maximilian's early Skullgirls videos (Before the ones where he was with MMDS.). I tried vanilla out for the PS3 and I liked it, then kind of forgot about the game due to schoolwork. Then I remembered this game and got Encore and managed to get all of the DLC characters for free. Initially I was reluctant to buy the game on Steam due to not having very much faith in my PC, but decided to purchase it anyway along with all of the DLC available on Steam. And it ran surprisingly well. For the most part, I am not an ultra competitive player; I have never been in any locals or online tournaments on the account of being terrible and not getting a suitable controller in the former case. The only online event I attended so far is Skullgirls: Get GR8 on the Intermediate bracket. Controller I use a Dualshock 3 controller to play Skullgirls, although I'm thinking of going to Dualshock 4. I'm kind of weird in that I use the analog stick for a lot of my movement with the exception of doing kind of movements using the D-Pad. I also set L1 to , R1 to , and the Shoulder buttons to assist Macros. And although I have once contemplated getting a fightstick, I ultimately decided not to get one as I was too used to the Playstation controller (been using it since the PS1) and the costs are too much for me at the moment (And the fact that I didn't grow up in the arcades.). Areas of Improvement As the title implies, I airdash like there's no tomorrow. This makes me painfully predictable, so I'm looking to break that habit and look for other ways to approach. I'm a little too aggressive and predictable in neutral. This problem was especially apparent during my early days of playing on Steam. I'm looking to learn counter-hit combos with my characters, as well as more burst bait setups (specifically with Ms. Fortune and Cerebella) and varied combos for all 3 characters. I need to know what generally is the best time to call Updo assist. I almost never use this assist in neutral. I think it's best to use it in close range when you know you can block an attack the opponent will throw at you or if they're jump happy. Learning more resets. You can never learn too many resets. I need to work on my headless Fortune. Both neutral and combos. Doing Tumbling Run conversions (specifically s.HP xx Pummel Horse and s.HP xx Runstop into s.LP) consistently for Cerebella seems nice. As Filia, executing the s.HP, airdash into j.LP reset so that I am able to cross under or do a high-low-throw also seems nice.