Here is chart with my supplemental training (set G/H) combined with my original revision.
Much like my experience with the Bain supplement, I had great success with these difficult problems, achieving over 90% of problems completed in under 15 seconds. I was only able to achieve ~75% success rate on my initial revision of Woolum.
Here is the full graph for revision #2.
Problems completed in less than 15 seconds.
I improved slightly in this category from ~74.5% in revision #1 to ~78% in revision #2. I experienced ~2% decline from revision #1 to #2 with Bain. The improvement with Woolum is likely due to the increased amount of supplemental problems.
Side-by-side comparison of my last pass in revision #1 (Pass 6) with my single pass in revision #2 (Pass 7) in under 15 seconds.
Oddly enough, I did slightly worse on the sets I had completed more recently, although that could be the fatigue factor. 4 hours sleep and 700+ tactics problems in a row might wear on you a bit.
Chess Hero seems to be having a good effect on my solve times. My supplemental set for Heisman will be in the ~5% of problems range and my 15 seconds or less solve rate will be ~90% or better. Hopefully this is due to better retention then just being faster than looking at a flashcard and clicking next.
I will finish my final set of Heisman on 4/14 then start on Polgar - Chess Tactics for Champions on 4/19. I haven't even started to convert the diagrams into a pgn file for Chess Hero yet, so I need to get started on that ASAP. I wish that sort of thing came standard with tactics books these days. I know I could go with some tactics software, but I want to go through the same progress Bright Knight did with his tactics training. After I finish Blue Coakley, my tentative plan is to move on to CT-Art 4.0 followed by Chess Tactics for Intermediate Players.