Today I practiced my PAT using Aagard. The following position was both a nightmare and very typical for me, White to move:
So typical for me because I was calculating Bxc5, dxc and d6 but I stopped after c6 and ended by commenting (to myself): d6 is too great a weakness, forget it! This is embarrassing and annoying at the same time: I simply stop calculating too early! I consider this my greatest weakness these days... (As, of course, c6 is simply a very bad move --- Na4!)
In addition, I studied my new opening with Black using software (which assists me learning the correct move-orders and also with eliminating unfavourable variations).