I'm in the same boat. Very comfortable using CAD, but see the value in Revit. I'd like to know if you found have excellent resources for making the transition in the residential genre? I found the book, "Residential Design Using Revit Architecture 2011" to be a great introduction.
I'm currently on the cusp of transitioning from ARRIS and SketchUp to Revit Architecture on a current project. There a few holes that I need to fill before a can make the jump (stepped footings, tapered shingle-clad arches, and dormers).
I did the same thing , finally purchased the premium package and am loving it. It takes alittle getting used to but if you have been doing Cadd drawing it will be easier.
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