Someone mentioned in another post the extra step of needing to change tools with the mouse when executing a certain procedure.
Just in case anybody isn’t aware of this idea, I want to mention programming most of the tool changes into your mouse. I did this about 2 years ago and it has been a HUGE workflow helper for me. I bought a mouse with as many buttons on it as I could find at the time - a Logitech Performance MX - and programmed in my most often used tools. In a very short time I was used to switching between mute, range tool, glue, split, and cycling thru normal sizing/sizing-moves-contents/sizing-applies-time-stretch at lightening speeds. It’s amazing how much it can speed up the editing process. Between the keyboard shortcuts with your one hand and the tools changing with the other on the mouse, you can really fly thru things. And the buttons on the mouse are such minute movements with your fingers not having to change positions - a tiny nudge of the scroll wheel or right, a gentle pressure with your thumb without having to move it at all - that it’s actually MUCH faster than keyboard shortcuts or having to move your mouse to another part of the screen and click.
Highly, highly recommended!