I really enjoyed working on "Building a Bankroll" and have been thinking of a few follow-up projects. Here are three main ideas I have:
1. 50-100 HH's from 25NL - 100NL analyzed in depth and organized for relevance. The detailed discussions of hand histories seemed to be one of the aspects of BaBR that people liked the most. This would be an extension of that. I would look at hands like small pocket pairs, medium pocket pairs, flopping overpairs, flopping TPTK hands which face resistance. Basically - the gammit of problem situations of uNL and SSNL players.
2. Leakfinding using HM2. Basically breaking down all the options of HM2 to analyze your and your opponents' games from multiple angles. Figure out where you are weak and what you can do about it.
3. Introduction to Poker. When I show my friends the BaBR book, they are lost within a few pages. It would be fun to write a basic guide which explains the rules and basic strategies to all the games played during the WSOP (with an emphasis on the most popular ones like NLHE, LHE, and PLO). This would be a book written by winning poker players but for a complete beginner.
Thoughts on which would be the best use of my time?