This is what I have generated from the most recent .csv export. Even though I can't seem to get past 12 or 15 wpm dexterity, the MCCs seem really indispensable already. E.g., "ve" turned out to be surprisingly helpful, and I am memorizing controls, punctuation and even some accented vowels. My.real holdup is in the central SCCs for a, e, d, and n: the more complicated chords are much easier to not confuse.
There is a logic to the sideways left-hand charts enclosed, and to the 1...9 key assignments, which the letter character assignments derive from. They helped me learn, but also put vowels in the middle row. I want to reprint this chart sorted L-M-R-O from the bottom to the top row, because I use the pinky and ring fingers for the "families" of characters.LMOR.pdf (161.9 KB)